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X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
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X-RAY Mag #32

X-Ray Mag cover issue 32
Sabah special - Reefs & Rainforests :: Pulau Lankayan - Sugud Islands Marine Conservation Area - Sepilok Orangutans - Kinabatangan River - Danum Valley Conservation Area - Sipadan, Mabul & Kapalai - Interview with Clement Lee :: Kids Love to Dive :: Archaeology; Underwater settlements explored in the Yucatán jungle :: Axis Mundi, the making of a film :: Drysuits; What to purchase and taking a look at the recent models and latest trends :: Photography; Tony White explains how he took that macroshot :: Review of the Poseidon/CIS-Lunar Disvcovery Closed Circuit Rebreather :: Dreamy underwater world of American artist, Jude Cowell

100 spreads (double pages)

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Sabah special - Reefs & Rainforests :: Pulau Lankayan - Sugud Islands Marine Conservation Area - Sepilok Orangutans - Kinabatangan River - Danum Valley Conservation Area - Sipadan, Mabul & Kapalai - Interview with Clement Lee :: Kids Love to Dive

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Section I

Good News for Corals :: Ecology News :: The 'Turtle Mafia on Bali is at it again :: Wreck Rap :: Rob's Rondeau's Marine Archaeology :: Travel News :: Equipment News :: Review of the Poseidon/CIS-Lunar Disvcovery Closed Circuit Rebreather


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Section II

Encompassing an area of roughly 460 square kilometers just off Northern Sabah’s shores, right where Malaysian Borneo’s landmass, small offshore islands and international waters intermingle with their Philippine counterparts in the Sulu Sea, lies the Sugud Islands Marine Conservation Area, or SIMCA, for friends. The island of Lankayan and its two neighbouring sisters Billean and Tegaipil have been declared since the year 2000 part and parcel of the protected area in what has since proven—beyond any doubt—to be an extraordinary landmark in the history of eco-tourism. ...


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Section III

Kids love Scuba :: New Books and other media :: "Time to Dive Dry?" - a look at the latest in drysuits and undergarments

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Section IV

Finding the early humans. Kurt Amsler explores settlements in submerged cenotes diving with archaeologists in the Yucatan Jungle. :: Axis Mundi, the making of a film :: Turtle Tales :: Shark Tales


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Section V

Profile : Clement Lee :: Whale Tales :: A plague of Plastic Soup :: Photography: Tony White; How that Macroshot was made :: Welcome to the dreamy underwater world of American artist, Jude Cowell


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