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Has it been too long since your last dive trip??

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Aggressor Fleet

Meet Dee Davis, still diving at 90 years young! Scuba diving is truly a sport that spans generations, as you'll see in this video, Dee is diving with her family... members including her great-grandson! That is four generations underwater together! You're never too old to dive with the Aggressor Fleet. Our captains and crew are here to help you with anything you may need.

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Philippine Siren 25% OFF!
on specific cruises only from July to September!
Limited Spaces available! Contact us today!

on specific cruises only from July to September!

Give it a try , call your local dive shop

Dive Your Choice

Reasons why you should try diving. And why you would fall in love immediately:)

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We Dive Too

One day your life will flash before your eyes. Make sure it’s worth watching. Live a 2 bags of popcorn life that you'd want to invite friends over to watch!
#scubadiving #scubadivers

Team Philippines
January 8

This is Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, Philippines

(c) Friends of Tubbataha

The weekend is almost here!!! Anyone have plans for diving this weekend???

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WASHINGTON — The U.S. Postal Service will celebrate the wonder of sharks by issuing the Sharks Forever stamps featuring five species that inhabit American waters — the mako, thresher, great white, hammerhead and whale sharks. Please share the news on social media using the hashtag #SharksStamps.
The 8 a.m. July 26 First-Day-of-Issue ceremony will take place at the Newport Aquarium in Newport, KY. This is a ticketed event. Tickets are limited to a first-come, first-served basi...s. Please RSVP to free tickets.
Customers may preorder the stamps in early July at for delivery shortly after the July 26 nationwide issuance.
Misunderstood Creatures
Possibly no other creatures are as mythologized — or as misunderstood — as sharks. Blockbuster thrillers and sensationalized media have fueled the belief that sharks are monsters: unthinking, bloodthirsty, vengeful and primitive. While they are ancient creatures, having emerged long before the first dinosaurs, after 400 million years the 500 or so known shark species have adapted to their ecological role.
Sharks’ adaptations include light, flexible skeletons of cartilage, teeth replaced without limit and skin covered by a hydrodynamic surface of tiny tooth-like structures. Their keen senses include one that detects electrical signals given off by prey and enables navigation by Earth’s magnetic field. Their nervous systems are also adapted to sense miniscule water movements, such as the struggles of a far-off fish.
Mythologized and misunderstood, few creatures capture the imagination as sharks do. With this sheet of 20 stamps, the U.S. Postal Service® showcases five types of these amazing fish, which emerged long before dinosaurs and are now uniquely adapted for their top-predator role in the marine food chain.
Each realistic stamp image is labeled by species: “MAKO SHARK,” “THRESHER SHARK,” “GREAT WHITE SHARK,” “WHALE SHARK,” and “HAMMERHEAD SHARK.” Styled in lowercase letters, the words “usa forever” also appear on each stamp.

Art director Derry Noyes designed the sheet with original artwork by Sam Weber. The sheet includes four stamps each of Weber’s five shark illustrations.
The Sharks stamps are being issued as Forever® stamps. Forever stamps are always equal in value to the current First-Class Mail® one-ounce price

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Harry's Dive Shop

In anticipation of shark week that begins tonight.......

Posted by Spotmydive
July 15

The dangerous life of flying fish 🐟🕊😱🇬🇧
La vie dangereuse des poissons-volants 🐟🕊😱🇫🇷
La vida peligrosa de los peces voladores 🐟🕊😱🇪🇸

Credit BBC earth

Enjoy your weekend!!!

National Geographic

This baby elephant may have a hard time sliding down hills once she grows up to eventually weigh 12,000 pounds (5,443 kg).

Nat Geo Wild
June 3

Just how smart is an octopus? We put one to the test in this watch-and-learn challenge. #DestinationWild

DIVE TRUK LAGOON On board the Odyssey, Truk’s finest liveaboard vessel, you’ll find amenities consistent with the world’s top liveaboards.
Seven staterooms (14’ x 8 ’) with either king size or 2 twin beds
Two private single staterooms (11’ x 6’)
ALL staterooms have private ensuite facilities, air-conditioning controls, DVD player, and are carpeted
Carpeted and air-conditioned throughout the vessel...
Large dining area with full commercial galley
A separate entertainment lounge with TV, VCR (PAL & NTSC), DVD, stereo, library and bar

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