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What Is Making These Mysterious Underwater Designs?

What Is Making These Mysterious  Underwater Designs? | Scuba Diving | Scoop.it
Dubbed by some as "underwater crop circles," mysterious circular formations appeared in the seafloor off a Japanese island. It was recently discovered these were made by male pufferfish to attract mates.

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I added this story to Facebook last year.  It's facinating enough to repeat!   #scuba #oceans

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Every dive location has it's own set of laws for lobster hunting.  I don't know of any place that will allow you to  hunt while scuba diving; it's an unfair advantage for the lobsters.  Lobsters may only be taken (caught) by hand while snorkeling (skin diving).  Check the local rules/regs/law for lobster season.  The will list: minimum size, quota and fines.  You don't want to mess up- the fines can be hefty!

Happy lobstering!

Leslie

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Malibu Divers's curator insight, January 11, 2014 3:56 PM

Lobster diving is still hot; know the rules.  Here's a good laugh about one guy's lesson.

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What Is Making These Mysterious Underwater Designs?

What Is Making These Mysterious  Underwater Designs? | Scuba Diving | Scoop.it
Dubbed by some as "underwater crop circles," mysterious circular formations appeared in the seafloor off a Japanese island. It was recently discovered these were made by male pufferfish to attract mates.

Via Darcy Kieran
Scuba Explorers's insight:

I added this story to Facebook last year.  It's facinating enough to repeat!   #scuba #oceans

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Diving in Cape Town - Will I see a Shark? | Indigo Scuba

Diving in Cape Town - Will I see a Shark? | Indigo Scuba | Scuba Diving | Scoop.it
We are often asked by students and divers whether they will see a shark whilst diving in Cape Town. Read here to find out which ones you might see.

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You could scuba dive for 20 years and never see a shark. Only  lucky people get see them sooner! 

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5 Types of Divers You Don't Want To Be

5 Types of Divers You Don't Want To Be | Scuba Diving | Scoop.it
All divers make mistakes and we learn at our own pace, but these 5 types of divers are definitely not what you should be aiming for!

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Indigo Scuba's curator insight, November 1, 2013 3:04 AM

When you grow up, what kind of diver do you want to be?  Hopefully not one of these, please!