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Sex Mad Sea Lion Scores at 80

"A virulent California sea lion has amazed marine experts by becoming a dad for the 30th time. At 21, human age 80,...

Marine Awareness Project in Egypt

"The Marine Environment Awareness Project in Dahab, Egypt is looking for participants to take part in its two week program. It is an...

Temptation Island Underwater lure

"Ambergris Caye, the island that ""Temptation Island"" is filmed on, has a special lure for people seeking peace and quiet, oh and love Scuba...

UK University diver treated for bends

"A MEMBER of an Edinburgh-based diving club was rescued on 17th March after undergoing treatment after suffering an attack of the bends. The 23-year-old woman...

Florida experiences Shark attacks

"Florida has seen seven confirmed shark attacks this month. This surprising rise has come during the normal Shark migration northward and is associated, by experts,...

Macro-Focus on a Microgrant Recipient

"In the Philippines, one group working hard to address and supportbiodiversity conservation is The Sulu Fund. With the help of volunteerdivers and researchers, the...

Environmentalists call for change in UK Fishing Law

"Leading marine experts today called for an overhaul of Britain's fishing laws to preserve sea life for future generations. At a summit in Edinburgh, hosted...

New Diving Trade Association Formed

"A new Marketing / Trade Association has been formed to provide professional business support services for Scuba Diving Businesses and Industry Professionals. Business...

Galapagos Trip set to help Kids in Trouble

"David Leonard puts together great trips with all profit going to child abuse organizations. He reports that his Star Dive Foundation has contributed $60,000...

Breath test for Boaters

"The British Government is reported to be looking to introduce motorist-style breath tests for recreational and commercial boaters. The tests are said to include craft...

Donation to IMA

"Since 1985, International Marinelife Alliance (IMA) has actively worked to combat destructive fishing practices in the Philippines and Indo-Pacific region. Cyanide and other poisons...

Volunteer opportunities in Madagascar

"Madagascar is one of the biologically richest yet humanly poorest countries in the world. Most plants and animals are endemic to the island...

California coast at risk from hotel development

"The migratory voyage of gray whales as seen in the recent BBC television series The Blue Planet may be at risk if plans to...

New website alliance for Adventure Travel Content & Trip Booking

"Fodors.com, the leading online travel information provider, and iExplore, the premier one-stop resource for researching and purchasing adventure and experiential travel, have jointly announced...
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