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Scuba Diver ANZ Editor, Adrian Stacey, first learned to dive on the Great Barrier Reef over 24 years ago. Since then he has worked as a dive instructor and underwater photographer in various locations around the world including, Egypt, Costa Rica, Indonesia, Thailand, Mexico and Saba. He has now settled in Australia, back to where his love of diving first began.
Seagrass helps save a sinking island

Seagrass Helps to Save a Sinking Island.

Marine Biologists have come up with an innovative solution to help save a sinking Island in the Laccadive Sea. Vaan Island is located in...
Crocodile on the Great Barrier Reef

Crocodile Spotted on the Great Barrier Reef

Visitors to the Great Barrier Reef we recently treated to a very rare spectacle when they came across a 1.5 meter crocodile swimming amongst...
Albotross with logger attached

Spying Albatrosses Used to identify Illegal Fishing Vessels

Scientists at the Centre d'études biologiques de Chizé have come up with an ingenious idea in the fight against illegal fishing. Illegal fishing is a...
Leafy Sea Dragon at a jetty in South Australia

The Jetties of South Australia

Jetties attract a large and varied amount of marine life and are important structures for the sports of scuba diving, freediving and snorkelling as...

Cage Diving with Great Whites, at 5 years old!

Cage Diving with Great White sharks is a dream come true for some people and a nightmare for many others, but for one 5...

Cuttle Fish in 3D Glasses Experiment.

In a recent experiment scientist placed miniature 3D glasses on a Cuttlefish and showed it some films. While this may sound like something that...

New Species of Walking Sharks

Four New species of walking shark have been discovered in the waters off Northern Australia and New Guinea, almost doubling the current number of...

Endangered Green Sea Turtles Killed by Red Tide in Mexico.

Since Christmas nearly 300 endangered Pacific Green sea Turtles have been killed by red tide on the southern Pacific coast of Mexico. A Red Tide...

Australian Bush Fires & The Impact they are having on our Oceans & Waterways.

Australian Bush Fires & The Impact they are having on our Oceans & Waterways. With the bush fires in Australia still raging after many months,...

Half Eaten Shark Washes Ashore at Bribie Island.

Bribie Island in Queensland was recently the sight of an unusually and slightly grotesque discovery. A half eaten bull shark was found on a...

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