Hidden in one of Australia's most developed and fastest growing areas lives one of the world's smallest freshwater crayfish species. Biologists described the new species belonging to the genus Gramastacus, after eight years of research in the swamps and creeks of coastal New South Wales, Australia.
Bournemouth Echo Record-breaking scuba diving club famous for Glaucus Project celebrates 60th ... Bournemouth Echo A SCUBA diving club celebrated its diamond jubilee by reliving a world beating feat at a special event in Poole.
Daily Mail Meet Crabster, the giant robotic CRAB that will revolutionise underwater ... Daily Mail It has been built by engineers at the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology and completed its first underwater mission last summer.
Underwater archaeology: Digging gold cufflinks from the watery depths BBC News Scotland's west coast - with its islands and inlets - has hidden secrets. Beneath the crashing waves lie shipwrecks, where final voyages ended on jagged rocks.
Thanks to research and equipment advances, today's divers are taught a new set of skills. Do you understand all the reasons why scuba diving has evolved as a sport? (Do you do reverse profile diving at times?
KEY WEST, Fla. - From the treasures of a 1622 shipwreck to 4,000 years of diving history, more than a dozen museums are spread across the more than 100 miles (160 kilometres) of islands that make up the Florida Keys. Besides the water and sky views on either side of the toll-free Overseas Highway, the scenic drive south from Miami to Key West (about three hours) also includes plenty of opportunities to take in the island chain's rich history. Sites include a Civil War fort, a World War II plane, an exhibit about playwright Tennessee Williams and the home of writer Ernest Hemingway.
Diveheart introduces scuba diving to help physically and mentally challenged Chicago Tribune After seeing how much snow skiing helped boost the self-esteem of his daughter, who is legally blind, Jim Elliott decided to use his sport of choice —...
Students compete in underwater robot competition Daily Herald Crowds of students lined the pool at the Lehi Legacy Center on Wednesday as they took part in the 2014 Utah Underwater Robotics Competition hosted by BYU's Splash Lab on Wednesday.