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Australia formally creates the world's largest network of marine reserves, protecting oceans around its coast.
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Hold it right there, Aquaman -- there might just be a real person who displays superhuman abilities under water. That man, 39-year-old Stig Severinsen, just set a world record for holding his breath under water for a lung-burning 22 minutes.
Quadruple world free diving champion Pierre Frolla spent 45 minutes in the company of 25 sharks at the Aquarium de Paris to highlight the fact that they are more endangered than humans.
A grandfather from Essex becomes one of the oldest ever to qualify as a scuba diver.
A Unesco team arrives in Australia to investigate possible damage to the Great Barrier Reef by the mining industry.
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Agricultural pesticides are causing significant damage to the Great Barrier Reef, a new Australian government report on water quality says.
In Llanwrtyd Wells, Wales crowds watch competitors swim up and down a 133 meter bog filled with sulphurous, weedy water. Some wear silly costumes but all ent... (Bog Snorkelling...