Coast-to-Coast

The Baiheliang Underwater Museum

  Baiheliang (白鹤梁 Báihèliáng, lit. “White Crane Ridge”) is a rock outcropping in Fuling District, Chongqing, People’s Republic of China, that parallels the flow of the Yangtze. In the past it served as an ancient device for measuring water levels of the Yangtze in China, the equivalent of a hydrometric station. The horizontal rock ledge, 1.6 km long and ten to fifteen metres wide, lay &hellip Continue reading »

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The Sixgill Shark

One of the most unqiue species of sharks come from a family that dates back to the prehistoric days of our planet. The Sixgill shark has six gills instead of five and can be found at over 3300 feet below water! “The sixgill shark, or Hexanchus griseus, is a common species of deep water shark. &hellip Continue reading »

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Catalina Island

Being a resident in sunny California, one of the first locations most of us here would think about to scuba dive would be the beautiful Catalina Islands. For those who have never been there, you can visit one of the beaches along PCH (Pacific Coast Highway) and take a boat heading southwest. One of the &hellip Continue reading »

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The Oil Spill After Effects

Last year, the world witnessed a true tragedy to our environment. The BP oil spill tainted mother nature and this human made incident harmed tons of sea life that lives in the waters. More than a year later, the damage is still taking effect.   “The National Wildlife Federation paints a picture of an ocean &hellip Continue reading »

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Some Quick Shark Facts!

  You can never learn too much about sharks, especially when it could turn out to be pretty helpful if you ever run into one when you dive. I’ve done a couple posts on this subject already which you may want to read: http://seavenger.info/shark-attacks/ http://seavenger.info/attract-shark/ http://seavenger.info/shark-defense/   On this article, I will be sharing a &hellip Continue reading »

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