• A presumed extinct Giant Tortoise was found in Galapagos

    A adult female Fernandina Giant Tortoise species was found in Galapagos while being thought of its extinction

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    Ecuador's environment minister Marcelo Mata recent made an announcement that a 100 years old adult female Fernandina Giant Tortoise had been discovered in Galapagos.  It was said to be one of the 14 giant tortise species in Galapagos however only 10 species were thought to survive due to human over hunting. The Fernandina species were...
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  • Manila Bay Massive Cleanup and Transformation

    Manila Bay, Philippines was heavily affected by the recent monsoon season and the previously well known beautiful beach turned in to a garbage covered shore.

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    In case you don't know, while manila bay is famous as a tourist spot and travel destination. The water are always infested with filth and apparently it was 100 million times over the safe limit for swimming. On 27 January 2019, The rehabilitation of Manila Bay has been officially started with 5,000 of volunteers by...
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  • Peruvian Diver’s Body “Inflated” after a quick ascend

    Ever wonder what happens when you quickly ascended from the underwater?

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    Alejandro Ramops Martinez, a shellfish diver from Peruvian who dives into water for seafood as his career. The incident happens when alejandro dived 30 meters deep and somehow surfaced too quickly. Alejandro's "inflated" body This end up having his body especially biceps, chest and stomach area to bulge up which resulting the abnormal "inflated" body....
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  • World Fastest Shark can’t swim out of its extinction

    The fastest shark , Shortfin Mako shark species is facing a hurdle it cant swim out from.

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    The small but fast Shortfin Mako shark is one of the world’s fastest shark. Other than being the fastest, as similar as other sharks, it is sought for its fins and meats.  Normally shark meat are not sought after, however Mako shark’s meat are known to be a delicacy and shows up on some restaurants...
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  • Whale shark found in Tottori River dies

    Whale shark found strayed into a river in Tottori Prefecture

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    A whale shark believed to have strayed into a river in Tottori Prefecture, has been found dead. A resident of Kotoura Town found the 5-meter-long shark near the mouth of the Katsutagawa River on Saturday. It reportedly had scars on its tail fin. Local officials and nearby residents tried to move the shark back to...
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  • Japanese man learns to scuba dive to look for missing wife’s remains.

    "I have No Choice but to Keep Looking" -Yasuo Takamatsu

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    Yasuo Takamatsu is now a 61-Year old Japanese man who lost his 47 Year-old  (51 now)  wife on the Northeast coast Tsunami Incident. Unlike an average person who learn diving to view the underwater world or to seek thrills in life. Yasuo Takamatsu learn diving in effort to look for the remains of his wife...
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  • Post your diving experience for FREE RM100 credits

    Get RM100 credits by posting your recent diving experience either in picture or videos.

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    Had an amazing dive trip recently? Why not share it here with everyone and get FREE RM100 credits for diving gears on our shop. Follow few steps below to participate: 1. Register as member (you will need it to use your coupon) 2. Create a “Story” post under add post section. 3. Write your travel...
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  • Boracay are littered on first day after 6-month clean up

    Recently reopened Boracay beach after undergone 6-month period of clean up and marine ecosystem restoration was once again littered on first day.

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    Boracay was reopenned on October 15 for tourist once again after its extensive 6-month period of cleaning and restoration of marine ecosystem.  Unfortunately, good things are not always appreciated by everyone. By the first day Boracay was officially re-openned on October 27th, the island was once again littered with rubbish caused by irresponsible tourist. The...
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  • Conservationists slam Australia shark policy as more killed

    Two tourist was attacked by shark at one of the popular tourist spot, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Authorities deployed drumlines to cull down shark attacks.

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    Recently there was an attack by Sharks on one of the famous tourism spots in Australia, The Great Barrier Reef. Queensland State authorities seek to solve or cull down the shark attacks by deploying Drumlines near Whitsunday Island.  Drumlines is a trap designed to capture larger marine life such as  sharks. However the trap might...
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  • Thailand’s Maya Bay Will Remain Closed until Further Notice

    Maya Bay, Krabi have been temporary closed since June until October. Authority announce the closure will continue until further notice.

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    On the early June of 2018, one of the Thailand well known tourist spot for diving and snorkeling were temporary closed until September due to coral reef’s deterioration. The Department of National parks announced it closure to allow the coral reefs to grow up and undergo new coral plantations.  Since then the coral reef have...
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