Tag Archive: scuba diving


NASA scientist Mark Rober aims to find out, scientific-like, of course.

 

A pair of friendly Steller sea lions off Vancouver Island, British Colombia, Canada, by photographer Steve Woods.

A cenote in Cancun, Mexico, by photographer Hiro Araki.

The shipwreck of the Alice G in Little Tub Harbour, Canada, by photographer Jerzy Kowalczuk.

A school of mobula rays off the coast of Baja, Mexico, by photographer Eduardo Lopez Negrete.

Sea lions off the Galapagos islands by photographer Sandro Lonardi.

Sharks patrolling the Jardines de la Reina marine preserve off the coast of Cuba, by photographer Anuar Patjane.

The shipwreck of the Tobermory in Canada by photographer R. Eavely.

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A submerged park: Green Lake in Tragoss, Austria, becomes 6 to 30 feet deep when the spring snowmelt flows. Photograph by Marc Henauer.

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Popular scientist Hashem Al-Ghaili posted a captivating video of divers swimming in the Silfra Fissure in Iceland.

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