The State of the Reef
29 April 2013

State of the Reef: An Introduction

This is the first in the series State of the Reef. Each post focuses on conservation, science or news about the health of our world's coral reef ecosystem.

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Lake Malawi Cichlid
27 April 2013

Diving Lake Malawi

Literally diving in an aquarium, Lake Malawi contains aquarists’ favorite freshwater tank fish. Many love the beautifully colored cichlids, but few dive this beautiful lake in South Eastern Africa.

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Kayak and Gear Ready to Go!
23 April 2013

Kayak Diving

Scuba diving and kayaking – what could possibly be better than combining these two exciting activities?

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Whale Shark Near The Surface
17 April 2013

Diving in Belize with Whale Sharks

Whale Sharks are the largest fish in the world. Around the April, May and June full moons are the opportune times to swim with these gentle giants. The whale sharks filter feed and mate around some of the best dive sites off Belize offering an amazing experience.

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Sea Otter
13 April 2013

The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 2)

Part 2: Blubber & fur. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats.

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Sei Whale
11 April 2013

The 12 Most Endangered Marine Mammals (Part 1)

Part 1: The Gentle Giants. The IUCN Red list of threatened species indicates that approximately 447 marine species are currently listed as endangered, of which 188 are in critical condition. Taking a look at the 12 most endangered marine mammals, we discuss the causes of their depletion and their current major threats.

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Group Safety Stop
2 April 2013

Mishaps and Misfortunes

From novice to know-it-all: some of the calamities that befall a rookie diver, from underwater panic attacks to losing your regulator and being rescued by your buddy.

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Sea Walnut
23 March 2013

Comb Jellies: The Lanterns of the Ocean

Ctenophores, or more commonly know as comb jellies, is a group of gelatinous zooplankton globally distributed throughout the open ocean. The morphological similarities between comb jellies and jellyfish make these exquisite animals easily mistaken for ‘stingers’, but the absence of stinging cells and their iridescent colour displays make comb jellies the stingless lights of ...

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Caribbean Reef Shark
20 March 2013

In Defense of Sharks

Sharks are ancient creatures that have swam Earth's oceans for over 420 million years, long before any creeping creature crawled onto dry land. Many shark species are top predators vital to the health of the oceanic food chain. Fear of sharks has infected the human mind and shark populations have taken a hard hit in the last several decades. Overfishing, exploitation and ign...

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Shark Chumming
17 March 2013

Cay Sal Bank Drift Dive

Blue Holes and extreme drift dives along the Bahamas, Cay Sal Bank south wall. A seven night adventure where I decided not to swim with the sharks after the dive masters chummed for them, but then nearly drifted to Cuba out of inexperience. I was saved by a handsome young dive master...Cay Sal Bank is amazing!

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