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  1. After 300 years, the gray whale is back from the dead

    "The most plausible thesis is that a grey whale, due to the melting of glaciers, was able to reach the Atlantic from the arctic zone and then enter the Mediterranean through Gibraltar", concluded...
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    Well done. Think it may have been the start of...

    Well done. Think it may have been the start of two very important points in the article :angel:
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    "My Octopus Teacher"

    Apologies if this has already been done.

    The incredible tale of a man who formed an unlikely bond with an octopus

    CNN) — Craig Foster was diving, bare-chested, in bitterly cold waters off the...
  4. The Secrets Hiding in the Simplest Animal Brains

    With eight separate, flexible plates of shell held together by a skirt of muscle called a girdle, chitons look a bit like armored pebbles, ready for battle. The marine mollusks aren’t actually suited...
  5. Lydia Lodge of Oonasdivers is the expert on all...

    Lydia Lodge of Oonasdivers is the expert on all three of those resorts and no I do not work for or with her. Been in contact for many other Red Sea trips though :-)

    Some reports on the area here:...
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    We here in Selsey (Seal Island) have had a seal...

    We here in Selsey (Seal Island) have had a seal turning op here throughout the years. There have been a number of similar incidents like yours but it/they are usually well treated and respected.
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    Where’s Wally?

    Wally the walrus has vanished from a Welsh resort town after being ‘harassed’ by tourists. The Atlantic walrus spent more than a week in Tenby, Pembrokeshire, following a whirlwind tour of the...
  8. Divers rescue Thai Buddhist monk trapped in flooded cave

    Divers rescue Thai Buddhist monk trapped in flooded cave

    A Buddhist monk who was trapped by floodwaters inside a cave in northern Thailand for four days has been rescued by divers, a provincial...
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    The Giant Clam ‘War’

    Old information but relevant today apparently.


    The Giant Clam ‘War’ In the South China Sea: An Analysis Based On Personal Experience
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    West Sussex trawling ban

    West Sussex trawling ban could bring marine life flocking back to our coast

    https://www.pressreader.com/uk/chichester-observer/20210401/281483574178454
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    HI Barnaby
    HI Eddie

    Thanks for your comment. I forget which of the old subs I got a tour of. She was at the Liverpool Pier Head landing stage and was open to the public. I had a good look through...
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    Good dit. Did time in Diesel 0 boats -...

    Good dit.

    Did time in Diesel 0 boats - Onslaught. Then onto Nukes -loadsa them! Was on Warspite when she crunched - scary! :-)

    You are right to say they were much more comfortable - had to be...
  13. Thread: Ghic

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    Our UK GHICs arrived this morning - very...

    Our UK GHICs arrived this morning - very patriotic emblem thereon :grin:

    Passport next year!
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    “We’ve basically designed a custom Fitbit to...

    “We’ve basically designed a custom Fitbit to track the activities of mussels,”
    day one. Footsteps = 0
    day two. Footsteps = 0
    day three. Footsteps = 0
    day four................ Eaten by a fish
    day...
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    Mussel Sensors

    Mussel Sensors Pave the Way for New Environmental Monitoring Tools

    Researchers at North Carolina State University have designed and demonstrated a new system that allows them to remotely monitor...
  16. Thread: Ghic

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    The European Travel Information and Authorization...

    The European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) was proposed by the European Commission in April 2016 and approved in November 2016. The ETIAS travel authorization is similar to...
  17. Well the one thing that can be said in all this...

    Well the one thing that can be said in all this past shambles that they appear to have got something right - at last :think:
  18. Thread: Ghic

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    Ghic

    For those of us who are eligible - time for this maybe:

    Apply for a free UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC)
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    Giant squid sculpture

    This giant squid sculpture sits near the spot where a real-life specimen was captured in the late 19th-century.

    THE CANADIAN FISHING VILLAGE OF Glover’s Harbour, Newfoundland (formerly known as...
  20. Carbon emissions from trawler fishing on a par with aviation

    Carbon emissions from trawler fishing on a par with aviation, say ocean researchers

    Trawling of the ocean floor by fishing fleets releases roughly the same amount of carbon emissions into the...
  21. Sperm whales taught each other how to avoid 19th century whalers' harpoons

    Sperm whales who were being hunted by whalers in the 19th century adapted their behaviour and learned defensive measures to avoid harpoons, a new study has found.

    Researchers made the discovery...
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    Reasons for u/w colour changes are manyfold ...

    Reasons for u/w colour changes are manyfold



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5W5eNYzvNs

    :)
  23. It's a great honour to be selected, but also...

    It's a great honour to be selected, but also quite a risk, because this is a do or die course. Pass the course and you go straight on to take a command role, starting with an XO or Executive Officer...
  24. Yup fail the dreaded 'Perisher' course and never...

    Yup fail the dreaded 'Perisher' course and never return to submarines. There was a tele programme about it in the 80's. Know one of the fellas that failed.
  25. One Of America's Most Capable Submarines Has Been In An Ongoing Battle Against Bed Bu

    One of the U.S. Navy's most advanced and secretive submarines is battling an unusual foe: bed bugs. The service has downplayed the situation onboard the Seawolf class USS Connecticut, which is...
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