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Spotted eagle rays

Spotted eagle rays by Eugene Kitsios - Photo 168428693 / 500px Original link

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NIGHT DIVE in THE RED SEA - African Parks Foundation - Sudan Expedition By OCEANROAMERS

In June 2006, OCEANROAMERS participated in the organization of the African Parks Foundation - Sudan Expedition. The expedition was underway several weeks with two ships, scientists, divers, photographers, coast guard personel and last but not least various film crews. OCEANROAMERS mainly assisted in the operational and safety facets of the expedition. Plotting the routes with the captains, assuring the safety during diving operations and logistical support with our support staff on land. These are some of the best video's taken in the area during our 3 weeks expedition. Watch the entire movie or the complete photo album on http://www.oceanroamers.info (need to register for free) Original link

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This underwater drone lets you explore the deep blue without getting wet

Underwater photography has clearly come a long way since the legendary Jacques Cousteau took his first camera-equipped dive in the early 1940s. More recently, the emergence of remotely operated underwater vehicles (ROVs) means ocean explorers who want to film their adventures don’t even have to get their feet wet, though admittedly that’d take all the fun out of it for many. For land-based types who’d rather relax in a chair while exploring the deep blue, the options aren’t exactly cheap, with such submersibles often costing tens of thousands of dollars. Blue Robotics, however, has managed to come up with something a little more affordable. With several years of experience in ROV development, the California-based company has just launched pre-orders for the $3,000 BlueROV2, a solidly built machine it describes as an “underwater drone.” Aimed at “universities, research organizations, small businesses, hobbyists, and first responders” – in other words, just about anyone –...
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With EasyBlog, you can be assured of quality blogging with the following features: ​ Drag and Drop Blocks Add elements to your blog with a simple drag and drop element blocks. ​ Blog now, post later You can compose a blog now, suffer temporal writer's block, save and write again, later. ​ Social media sharing Automatically post into your Twitter, F...
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