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Covid-19 & staying safe

In light of the recent outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the DAN Europe medical team suggests you take good care of your health, and also protect others by following some basic recommendations

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US Coast guard shoots at shark!

The US Coast Guard has shared a video of a confrontation with a shark at sea. The U.S. Coast Guard says a shark approached crew members of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Kimball during a swim call in the Pacific Ocean and...

Is the 4ocean bracelet a scam?

We have all heard about 4ocean, the company that sells $20,- bracelets made out of recycled plastic they recover during their worldwide cleanups. But is it really not just a scam?

Fragile – Why Turtle Hatchlings Need The Sea

To help save sea turtles, marine conservation facilities around the world hatch sea turtle eggs and keep the hatchlings in tanks until they have grown stronger and more fit for survival in the wild.

Netflix’s Our planet shows amazing underwater footage

Our Planet is a British nature documentary series made for Netflix. The documentary is narrated by David Attenborough and addresses issues of conservation while featuring disparate animals in their respective home...

Swimming with Thousands of Jellyfish in Palau

On Eil Malk Island in Palau, you can swim with jellyfish without getting stung. This marine lake was once connected to the ocean, but as the island changed, it was cut off.

Man swallowed by whale during Sardine Run

Have you always wondered what would happen if you were to be swallowed by a whale during a dive? Well here is a video of a man nearly being swallowed by a Bryde's whale while diving during the Sardine Run!

Underwater Photographer of the year 2019 winners!

Underwater Photographer of the Year is an annual competition, based in the UK, that seeks to celebrate photography beneath the surface of the ocean, lakes and even swimming pools.

Archaeologists Find 58 New Shipwrecks

Archaeologists have discovered at least 58 shipwrecks in the Eastern Aegean Sea. They date back from the period of ancient Greece right through to the 20th century.