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Upcoming dive shows & expos

Shanghai
19 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014
   
   
Birmingham, England
20 Sep 2014 - 21 Sep 2014
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Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
17 Nov 2014 - 22 Nov 2014
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Sydney, Australia
14 Mar 2015 - 15 Mar 2015
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Discoveries

Penguins thriving due to climate change?

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Gentoo penguin numbers actually increasing

18-foot sea creature found off California coast

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More than 15 helpers were needed to drag the 18-foot-long carcass of a giant sea creature to shore off the Southern California coast.

Scientists discover vast iron plume beneath South Atlantic

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Hydrothermal vents billowing 600-mile long plume along Mid-Atlantic Ridge

Primeval Underwater Forest Discovered in Gulf of Mexico

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Scuba divers have discovered a primeval underwater forest off the coast of Alabama.

Scientist rediscovers long-lost Amazonian fish

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Existence of second Arapaima species established in rare monograph

Two Heads! Dicephalia in a Bull Shark Pup

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First record of dicephalia in a bull shark foetus from the Gulf of Mexico, U.S.A.

425 million year old fossil reveals never before seen shrimp species

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New fossil named Pauline avibella

Many marine species still unknown

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According to University of Florida researchers there are three times as many marine species which remain undescribed, than are known today.

Naïve fish: easy targets for spear fishers

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Big fish that have grown up in marine reserves don’t seem to know enough to avoid fishers armed with spear guns waiting outside the reserve.

Western Indian Ocean has world’s second most diverse coral reefs

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The Northern Mozambique Channel could be home to as many as 450 different species of coral.
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