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6 Marine-Themed Books That Celebrate Pride Month

The spirit of Pride Month transcends species, and the books on our list exemplify this.

Divers Remove 14,000 Pounds of Trash in the Florida Keys

Divers play a crucial role in preserving the environments we cherish.

What to Know About the Fourth Global Coral Bleaching Event

Since February 2023, record-high global sea surface temperatures have stressed corals, leading to a fourth global bleaching event.

Recent Articles

World Famous Anaconda Dies

Bonito, Brazil is a growing hot spot to dive with anacondas. A snake nicknamed Ana Julia was well-known to the local community. She was recently found dead leaving locals, scientists and filmmakers wondering how she died.

Women Divers Hall of Fame Awards 2024 Scholarships and Grants

Individual divers from 14 countries across the world were awarded grants and scholarships by the Women Divers Hall of Fame (WDHOF) to advance their careers through education, financial and career assistance.

What It's Like to Be an Underwater Photographer in Ningaloo Reef

Whether it’s photographing guests or dodging whale sharks feasting on a krill cloud, every day is an adventure for this photographer. Read her most memorable encounter, how she got here, and how she continues to inspire others with her work.

The Importance of Learning a Wreck's History

Most divers agree: Exploring a wreck in the depths is an awe-inspiring experience. That experience is only enhanced when you understand the history of each submerged vessel.

PADI Club Member Spotlight: Felipe Martins

Meet content producer and president of the Institute of Sustainable Health Felipe Martins, our PADI Club Member of the Month.

Why Are Florida's Sawfish Dying?

Scientists from universities, institutions and state agencies are working to find the cause behind strange fish behavior and sawfish deaths.

Dangerous Jobs: Diving With Alligators and Crocodiles

Conservation work isn’t known for being glamorous, but sometimes it can be as dangerous as it is rewarding. Here’s what it takes to work in a herpetology lab, complete with freediving alongside animals that are 10 times more dangerous to dive with than sharks.