Malaysia's Marine Life
9 February 2018

Diving Malaysia

Malaysia is an excellent scuba diving destination. From sharks, to turtles, and tiny critters - the abundance of fish will take the most experienced diver’s breath away.

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Blue, blue ocean
26 January 2018

Blue, blue ocean

The deep blue color of the ocean has always captivated man, and divers marvel at the different shades of it every time they venture below the surface. But what is blue, exactly?

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Divided Flatworm
19 January 2018

Fantastic Flatworms

Nudibranchs, nudibranchs, nudibranchs. They get all the glory. But what about the flatworms? Often confused for nudibranchs, these guys hold their own as some of the prettiest (and weirdest) ocean creatures.

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Crocodile at the Cenote
12 January 2018

Aktun Ha Cenote

It’s not every day that you find yourself underwater with a crocodile. Yes, I was warned there might be a juvenile croc in the cenote, and that he was diver friendly, but nothing quite gets the heart pumping like finding yourself in a cavern with a croc!

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It's A Bird, It's A Plane - It's a DPV!
5 January 2018

DPVs

Have you ever just been tired of kicking on a dive? Want to see more of a reef or your favorite wreck in one dive? Or do you just want to be cool like James Bond zooming underwater on a scooter? Dive propulsion vehicles might just be the adventure you’re looking for.

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Sea Walnut
22 December 2017

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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The Sad Reality
3 November 2017

Ocean Threats Series - The Problem of Shark fin...

In this post of the Ocean Threats Series, we will see how Shark finning- an unsustainable fishing practice - is affecting our ocean predators, and consequently, the oceans and ourselves.

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Wasi Gimal at Sunset
6 October 2017

Diving in Egypt

A soft and hard coral sanctuary with unrivaled visibility, the Egyptian Red Sea teems with endemic fish species and is undisputedly one of the world’s top dive destinations.

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Fire Coral
29 September 2017

Dangerous Sea Creatures Encountered While Scuba...

Keep your hands and fins to yourself! Potentially venomous creatures abound within competitive coral reef ecosystems. Most species are harmless if you leave them alone. One of the most important scuba diving rules is to simply not touch anything.

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Mating Mandarinfish
1 September 2017

Mandarinfish-The Courtship Dance

On the reefs of the Pacific, twilight marks the beginning of the mandarinfish courtship dance. A male begins dancing, and if he’s desirable, an interested female will join. Just before the sun sets, the two fish will rise up out of the reef together to mate, cheek-to-cheek.

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