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Scientists Discover a New Non-Invasive Method to Track Sharks

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A recently published UK study has unveiled a new less traumatic method of monitoring sharks - via environmental DNA (eDNA). Marine ecologists have shown that even a small sample of seawater can provide the identifiable 'tracks' of numerous species of sharks, rays and other large fish.

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5 Ocean Documentaries You Should Totally Watch

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If you already miss your dive vacation or feel particularly ocean sick tonight, you have landed at the right place, as we have assembled a list of the most beautiful and moving ocean documentaries that are guaranteed to make you feel like you’re out at the sea. Furthermore, watching these documentaries will help you learn about the ocean and hopefully inspire you to take action to protect it.

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Scuba Basics: Water Entry Methods

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Every diver learns at least one water entry technique during their Open Water course. However, as they start diving in different conditions, they inevitably discover that there are actually several ways to get into the water. Most of the time the diver can simply choose the method he or she is comfortable with. In some cases though, there is no choice and the strategy needs to be selected based on the situation. So, let us take a look at five of the most common methods of water entry for scuba divers.

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Ocean Reef Presents The First-Ever Snorkeling Communicator

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Here is an exciting piece of news for snorkelers - Ocean Reef has recently presented a device that allows you to communicate with your buddies while snorkeling even if you're far apart.

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