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  • 📷@danhlegend -  Where the mermaids go to sleep.
  • 📷@danhlegend - Where the mermaids go to sleep.
  • 1,370 13 18 March, 2019
  • Awesome dive from 📷@ducatista66 🚩 Please tag a friend to see this 🙏
 Enetring Dos Pisos ... Trim, buoyancy, propulsion, precision, even harder when holding a Gopro rigg with 2 x 9000 lights...
  • Awesome dive from 📷@ducatista66 🚩 Please tag a friend to see this 🙏
    Enetring Dos Pisos ... Trim, buoyancy, propulsion, precision, even harder when holding a Gopro rigg with 2 x 9000 lights...
  • 6,249 132 17 March, 2019

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  • Slack water specials on the falls of Lora this coming week. Friday we need some extra people to make minimum numbers ( 2 divers )  and we have 1-2 spaces available on the weekend.
  • Slack water specials on the falls of Lora this coming week. Friday we need some extra people to make minimum numbers ( 2 divers ) and we have 1-2 spaces available on the weekend.
  • 17 1 47 minutes ago
  • Curious friend
  • Curious friend
  • 69 2 1 hour ago
  • To jest naprawdę niezwykłe uczucie kiedy po 20 minutach płynięcia pod prąd, w całkowitym błękicie, na głębokości 25 metrów wyłania się taki obrazek 😮😮😮po lewej średnio, ale jednak, widać dwóch kolegów dla złapania proporcji. 😉 Titanic to nie jest, ale i tak jest piękny, jest beautiful 💪😊❤️ #diving #wreck #nofilter
  • To jest naprawdę niezwykłe uczucie kiedy po 20 minutach płynięcia pod prąd, w całkowitym błękicie, na głębokości 25 metrów wyłania się taki obrazek 😮😮😮po lewej średnio, ale jednak, widać dwóch kolegów dla złapania proporcji. 😉 Titanic to nie jest, ale i tak jest piękny, jest beautiful 💪😊❤️ #diving #wreck #nofilter
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  • “Oops” 🤘🏼
  • “Oops” 🤘🏼
  • 7 3 3 hours ago
  • Awesome art!
  • Awesome art!
  • 83 1 4 hours ago
  • Felt good to be back on the gate. Still got a lot of learning to do.
  • Felt good to be back on the gate. Still got a lot of learning to do.
  • 72 4 6 hours ago
  • That's why you don't speed around corners.
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  • That's why you don't speed around corners.
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  • 91 3 6 hours ago
  • True2ThisNotNew2This
  • True2ThisNotNew2This
  • 20 1 7 hours ago
  • Sea turtles are air breathing reptiles that have lungs, so they regularly surface to breathe. Sea turtles spend a majority of their time underwater, so they must be able to hold their breath for long periods. Dive duration largely depends on activity. A foraging turtle may typically spend 5–40 minutes under water while a sleeping sea turtle can remain under water for 4–7 hours. Remarkably, sea turtle respiration remains aerobic for the vast majority of voluntary dive time. When a sea turtle is forcibly submerged (e.g. entangled in a trawl net) its diving endurance is substantially reduced, so it is more susceptible to drowning. When surfacing to breathe, a sea turtle can quickly refill its lungs with a single explosive exhalation and rapid inhalation. Their large lungs permit rapid exchange of oxygen and avoid trapping gases during deep dives.
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#padi #instadive #sealife #uw #ilovediving #buceo #uwphoto #underwaterphoto #freediving #wreck
  • Sea turtles are air breathing reptiles that have lungs, so they regularly surface to breathe. Sea turtles spend a majority of their time underwater, so they must be able to hold their breath for long periods. Dive duration largely depends on activity. A foraging turtle may typically spend 5–40 minutes under water while a sleeping sea turtle can remain under water for 4–7 hours. Remarkably, sea turtle respiration remains aerobic for the vast majority of voluntary dive time. When a sea turtle is forcibly submerged (e.g. entangled in a trawl net) its diving endurance is substantially reduced, so it is more susceptible to drowning. When surfacing to breathe, a sea turtle can quickly refill its lungs with a single explosive exhalation and rapid inhalation. Their large lungs permit rapid exchange of oxygen and avoid trapping gases during deep dives.
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    Comment below if You like this 💕 😝 Credit @scubadiver.md 💘 Tag your friends 👇
    #padi #instadive #sealife #uw #ilovediving #buceo #uwphoto #underwaterphoto #freediving #wreck
  • 126 2 7 hours ago
  • A year ago today. Listen to that weak ass tune 😭
  • A year ago today. Listen to that weak ass tune 😭
  • 34 2 8 hours ago