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Standup paddler Kari Schibevaag gets up close with Orca whales above and below the surface in Norway.

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It happens all the time, especially if you’re a surfer or a swimmer. Have you ever been in a public space, and suddenly your nose starts running furiously?

Ever wonder why hours after surfing you get salt water nose drip? Well, in the following article we will briefly discuss the anatomy of the nose to explain this bizarre phenomenon   …  More

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After the tragic death of British journalist Paul McClean in Sri Lanka on Thursday, it seems surfers can now add crocodiles to the list of deadly dangers in the sport. While McLean wasn’t actually surfing at the time of his death, he had been staying at a surf camp near the well-known spot of Elephant Rock and had walked 500 yards to relieve himself near a lagoon when he was taken by the crocodile.

Surfers in Sri Lanka haven’t traditionally had a problem with crocodiles   …  More

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When on the road, things can — and will — go wrong. The best defense is preparation, even for worst case scenarios.

Say, for example, you’re swimming in the ocean and then out of nowhere a shark appears and starts heading straight for you.

It turns out, there is some truth in the old adage about punching a shark in the nose. Like with any opponent, you should  … More

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