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Sudan's Red Sea eco-resort to kick start tourism season - Al-Arabiya

Top diver's death casts long shadow over deep beauty of the Blue Hole - The Guardian

Diver recounts ordeal in the Red Sea - Independent Online

The Darkness Beckons
Review of the definitive cave-diving book by Martyn Farr

Researchers develop low-cost device to recover underwater sensor-system moorings
Oceanographic research projects often deploy underwater sensor systems in the sea. These are retrieved from deep water by remotely releasing them from their moorings. However, the mooring anchor, shackles and cables can not be easily recovered. Australian engineers have therefore developed a retrieval pod to enable the recovery of moorings. They attach this directly to the remotely released underwater devices.

Sharks can live a lot longer than researchers realised
Errors in past studies could undermine conservation plans.

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INTERNET


Does the dog in your living room have any similarity to those wild species that we are losing from our savanna and forests? This new discovery of signalling a hunt could lead us to more understanding of much more than our domestic animals. The beauty of the painted dog lies in intricate behaviour and care systems which maintain a society we should envy.

Zero Waste Week starts
Zero waste organisations have been spreading to many nations over the last 10 years. Now we’ve been asking the UK population just how much they care about waste.

Otters and their social learning abilities.
For the first time, two otters have a comparative study on their ability to learn from others in their clan. This could lead to study of more animals in this area, providing valuable evidence of evolutionary trends in sociability.

TECHNOLOGY


Does the dog in your living room have any similarity to those wild species that we are losing from our savanna and forests? This new discovery of signalling a hunt could lead us to more understanding of much more than our domestic animals. The beauty of the painted dog lies in intricate behaviour and care systems which maintain a society we should envy.

Zero Waste Week starts
Zero waste organisations have been spreading to many nations over the last 10 years. Now we’ve been asking the UK population just how much they care about waste.

Otters and their social learning abilities.
For the first time, two otters have a comparative study on their ability to learn from others in their clan. This could lead to study of more animals in this area, providing valuable evidence of evolutionary trends in sociability.

ELECTRONICS


Does the dog in your living room have any similarity to those wild species that we are losing from our savanna and forests? This new discovery of signalling a hunt could lead us to more understanding of much more than our domestic animals. The beauty of the painted dog lies in intricate behaviour and care systems which maintain a society we should envy.

Zero Waste Week starts
Zero waste organisations have been spreading to many nations over the last 10 years. Now we’ve been asking the UK population just how much they care about waste.

Otters and their social learning abilities.
For the first time, two otters have a comparative study on their ability to learn from others in their clan. This could lead to study of more animals in this area, providing valuable evidence of evolutionary trends in sociability.

 

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