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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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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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The Power of Scuba Diving

For some reason divers from all over the world share the same kind of feelings when talking about diving. At Submaldives we wanted to make a little experiment and we created a short and unique testimonial matching some of the feelings that divers and friends have shared with us during our career as profesional divers. It is not a universal...

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Welcome to the reachable Paradise of diving safaris

Hello everyone and nice to meet you all! All the Submaldives divers would like to give you a very warming welcome. We are looking forward to seeing you in one of our diving safaris in Maldives. Meeting new people for the first time is always an exciting moment, don’t you think so? And even more if you meet these people...

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