(The beluga seen in Montreal's Old Port in September and October. Photo: GREMM) The beluga that was living in Montreal’s Old Port this fall hasn’t been seen in three weeks and marine researchers aren’t sure if the animal is still alive.
Statistically, fishing is one of the world’s most dangerous professions and it is hard to imagine what could be worse than scuba diving for lobster along the remote and impoverished Miskito Coast of Honduras and Nicaragua...
"The iDive waterproof housing — introduced this week at DEMA 2012 in Las Vegas — was developed at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology’s Red Sea Research Center to give scientists a way to record data on an iPad while diving underwater."
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