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William Winrame captured the incredible moment a school of fish swarmed around him and other divers and formed a vortex (above)

Incredible photographs show a school of fish forming a 'tornado'

William Winram’s photographs show Cabo Pulmo Marine Protected area in Baja California Daily Mail Online

The Motorola Sphere+ provides two ways to enjoy music. Stationary speaker base, the unit also incorporates wireless over-ear headphones that have an IP54 rating for resisting both water and dust. The headphones nest seamlessly into the speaker for charging and storage when you aren't using them out of the house.

Headphone-Infused Speakers

The Motorola Sphere+ provides two ways to enjoy music. Stationary speaker base, the unit also incorporates wireless over-ear headphones that have an IP54 rating for resisting both water and dust. The headphones nest seamlessly into the speaker for charging and storage when you aren't using them out of the house.

In the 1960s, Jacques-Yves Cousteau, a French naval officer, explorer, ecologist, filmmaker, scientist, photographer and researcher who studied the sea and all forms of life in water, co-developed the aqua-lung, and popularized diving as a sport. This was the time Doxa decided to add a dive watch to its wristwatch collection. In 1964 a research team with several professional divers and experienced Doxa watchmakers was formed to develop an affordable sports divers watch for both professional…

1967 Doxa Sub 300T Searambler U.S. divers Co.

The oceans contain 99% of the living space on the planet and 80% of all life on earth is found under the ocean surface...

Creatures of the Ocean & Amazing Facts

One of the most spectacular sights on a night dive in the ocean is to witness the hundreds of tiny star-like bioluminescent plankton scintillating like a s

and what mighty forms manifest from the smallest and humblest beginnings…it's a NATURAL thing.

Large Boabab Tree - Also known as the "tree of life", Baobab trees, found in Africa and India, can live for several thousand years. They have little wood fiber, but can store large quantities of water.

When seen from above, the Great Blue Hole looks like the pupil of an eye. Seen from within, this Unesco World Heritage–listed ocean sinkhole is a visual treat for divers. Ringed by fringing reef, and approximately 400m in diameter, the Great Blue Hole drops away to around 145m. About 40m down are the formations that lure divers from around the world: marine stalactites up to 15m in length. Marine life is noticeable only in its absence – you might not see a single fish – but ...

Dive into the big blue

The Great Blue Hole foot deep), Belize.one of the things we didnt get to do when we went to Belize.next time Blue Hole i will see u!

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