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Salt Life Sep 10
To some it’s just water, to us it’s where we find happiness 🏝 RT, LIKE & TAG for a chance to win some or a 💰
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Isla Tortuga Divers Sep 14
Great Barrier Reef Outlook Downgraded
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Sergey Bogoslovskiy Sep 13
Mmm, nitrox is more delicious than simple air😋
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diveJP Sep 14
scuba diving in Japan. Gymnura japonica ; Backwater ; Tsubakuroei If you like DIVING, please retweet♡ https:/ #
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Matthew Mohan Sep 13
THREAD: Recently my colleague Marcus and I visited the nation of - known for its stunning seascapes and being a paradise. Now's the rainy season, yet we were saw glimpses of its beauty and serenity... But there's more than meets the eye here.
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Salt Life Sep 7
Whatever your weekend looks like... enjoy the view. 🌊 RT, LIKE & TAG for a chance to win some or a 💰
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Penny - Health & Healing Coach 2h
6 years going to Malta and this will be the first time I'll be on time and with luggage. Although Lufthansa owes me for my late flight last month.
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IDC Koh Tao Sep 9
How to Assemble Your Dive Gear
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Ole Brodnicke Sep 12
Hearty welcome to the Maldivian waters by these gracious ladies (tiger ).
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diveJP Sep 12
Endemic species!! wrought iron butterflyfish (Chaetodon daedalma) in Hachijojima. If you like DIVING, please r #
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大瀬のウミテング0559422220 Sep 14
Replying to @x5Utldjr8SD4lxL
913 The transparency in Ose Bay is high. Monhanajaco, a shallow place, seems to like to take a walk. The pot opened a big mouth and had a small shrimp cleaned. It seemed to be very pleasant. The picture is a point on top.Below is Monhanajaco.
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TollFreeTraveller Sep 13
The one is yours truly. Those water crossings were so much fun!
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lucy siegle 26m
In home waters tonight following plastic net retrieval for tonight on BBC1 7.30pm (and iplayer if you love ocean cleanups but are not in theSouthWest!)SNEAK PREVIEW! @ghostfishinguk
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diveJP 42m
Osezaki, Izu, Japan So many Labracoglossa argentiventris. If you like DIVING, please retweet♡ htt #
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大瀬のウミテング0559422220 Sep 13
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913 The sea in front of Osekan. In the bay, shellfish mid-jin had moved from urashimagai to magakigai. I'm happy to see a huge korodai and honsomewakebela coming to clean without fear of humans, but it's pretty scary to be whispered in the ear with a click.
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SkyMike 15h
was some kind of salvation when my body couldn’t take anymore. Still a lot to learn and improve and it’s so slow at my age but I’m enjoying so much!
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大瀬のウミテング0559422220 13h
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915  In the bay of Ose, there is still a borocasago! There was a standard red hanatatsu and a white nishikifurawaiuo, too. Herayaka, sweet jelly midorigai, and ayanishiki with spores are also alive and well. Pictured are Nishiki furaiuo and hanatatsu
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Jaime Marín Chamón 20h
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Actualidad Deportiva 22h
Iffland y Hunt conquistan el 'Red Bull Cliff ' de Bilbao ante 27.000 personas
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DeeperBlue.com 22h
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