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Buceadores célebres: Jacques Cousteau (2)

En el post anterior hablábamos de Jacques Cousteau y Émile Gagnan por su aportación al buceo autónomo. Pero Cousteau, además de inventor, fue un gran oceanógrafo, cineasta, fotógrafo e investigador que sintió pasión por el mundo y la vida submarinos y se dedicó a divulgarlos. En 1942 rodó en apnea, junto con los cazadores submarinos Phillipe Thailliez y Frédéric Dumas,...

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Buceadores célebres: Jacques Cousteau (1)

Son muchas las personas fascinadas por el mundo submarino que le han dedicado su vida. Es probable que uno de los buceadores más famosos sea el francés Jacques Cousteau. La mayoría lo recordamos como comandante del Calypso, el buque de investigación oceanográfica a bordo del cual exploró mares y océanos. Lo que quizá no sepan quienes no sean todavía amantes del submarinismo...

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Buceo con Google Maps

Practicar el buceo en Maldivas es una experiencia única. Como tantas otras cosas en la vida, para saber qué se siente, hay que vivirlo. Pero también es cierto que no siempre es posible hacer algo, y por eso la tecnología busca soluciones que cada vez nos acercan más a esa realidad que buscamos. Estoy segura de que conocéis Google Maps,...

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Too venomous, too fast

Wait here! We have not finish yet. There are more dangerous and venomous animals we should keep away from, such as the Blue-Ringed Octopus, the Stingray, the Lionfish, some sea snakes, or even a type of coral known as Fire Coral. [caption id="attachment_459" align="alignright" width="300"] Blue-Ringed Octopus[/caption] Although it is not bigger than 20 centimeters, the Blue-Ringed Octopus is considered...

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Too fast, too venomous

Try to imagine someone on a diving safari in Maldives. Most of us will instantly think of a very relaxing and peaceful environment. In fact, it is completely true. Maldives is a paradise to relax. However the ocean is full of plenty activity and some of the most dangerous animals in the planet live in the deep sea. Despite the...

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Diving the Depths

Maldives is one of the best places in the world for scuba divers. There are many reasons to support Maldives as the paradise for scuba diving. Maldives is one of the biggest marine reserves in the world and being able to see a big variety of  marine animals, such as whales, sharks, manta rays or the clownfish, without having to...

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A diving safari in Maldives can change your life (Part II)

 "It is impossible to excel at something you don't enjoy." Back home, I remember opening the shop and think: “What am I doing here?” The idea of leaving was already in my mind so I spent the remainder of the year thinking about it. Everybody believed I had gone mad, except for my father that he said to me: ”Follow your heart”....

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A diving safari in Maldives can change your life

 "It is impossible to excel at something you don't enjoy." As you know, at Submaldives, specialized in diving safaris guided by experts, we are a team of great people from different nationalities and different opinions. However, we all share the same philosophy of life.  A team formed by people who have found peace and fulfillment in Maldives, working in one of the...

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Interesting facts about Jellyfish

“Jellyfish are 95% water, so how much are they doing? Just give them another 5% and make them water. It's more useful.” If you have ever tried to image an animal without brain, heart or bones, I am sure that two main things will probably come to your mind. The first one: “This animal is not so clever, at least,...

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Medusas

Las medusas aparecieron en los mares y océanos hace unos 500 millones de años, y desde entonces apenas han evolucionado. Por lo que parece, han sobrevivido a muchas extinciones, como también han hecho otros animales como las esponjas y muchos corales, y actualmente se las puede encontrar en casi todos los mares y océanos. Lo curioso de las medusas es...

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