The first-ever human descents to the deepest points of both the Yap and Palau Trenches are the latest achievements of undersea adventurer Victor Vescovo, in his unique two-person any-depth submersible
The killer of two female swimmers off the Egyptian coast south of Hurghada recently was a female tiger shark – according to the findings in an eight-page report issued by
Maritime archaeologists have been working in Poole Bay off the Dorset coast on remains of the hull, bow and cargo of a ship dating way back to the 13th century
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Marine biologist Dr Helena Herr and her team from the University of Hamburg have been researching whales in the Antarctic for the past 13 years – but only now, with
Cyprus has opened its first “underwater archaeological park” in the form of the ancient harbour of Amathus. The site lies in a marine protected area (MPA) on the south coast
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