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Last weekend, a Giant Pacific Octopus got friendly with a scuba diver on the north coast of Vancouver Island. Natasha Dickinson and her diving partner Jackie Hildering, a biologist and marine educator, was diving near Port Hardy on Sunday when an octopus loosely wrapped itself around Dickinson’s face. "I headed over there and to my absolute amazement I saw that she had a giant Pacific octopus right over her face," said Hildering, who captured the encounter on camera. Hildering posted the photos
A team of Russian divers from the expedition 'Antarctica 100' have jumped 97 meters deep into the crater of an active Antarctic volcano. The seabed plunge in extremely cold water marked a world record, and served as an important test of diving techniques.
A pair of educators from Roane State Community College in landlocked Tennessee are aiming to find a place in the Guinness Book of World Records after spending 73 consecutive days underwater while living in a small room and conducting online lectures.
Thick Arctic sea ice will form the rock-solid platform from which Parks Canada underwater archeologists and Royal Canadian Navy divers will launch an unprecedented exploration of the wreck of HMS Erebus later this week.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says the next step in the expedition to examine and document HMS Erebus will begin next month, when teams of navy divers and Parks Canada underwater archeologists will plunge beneath the Arctic ice to investigate the sunken ship.
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With the discovery of one of the lost Franklin ships, divers will begin exploring the wreck site, searching for clues to finally solve the mystery of what happened to those on the 1845 Franklin Expedition. ...
For some, the irony is almost too much to bear. While Congress is eager to fund a $2 billion expedition to search for oceans beneath Europa, some 95% of Earth's oceans are unexplored. Given the role of oceans in regulating climate, and their untapped potential for food and health, is it time to rethink our priorities?
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