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While there is an increased population of juvenile great white sharks, Christopher G. Lowe, PhD, a professor of marine biology at California State University, Long Beach, and director of the Cal State Long Beach Shark Lab, has been insisting that we

2017 has certainly been the year of the shark so far in Southern California. From an attack to daily sightings to feeding frenzies to people giving all kinds of possible reasons for the influx of sharks, it feels like shark mania is on everybody’s minds   …  More

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Sharks are at the top of the food chain. The ocean predators follow their instincts. The good news is that humans are not on their diet list. However, like us, they make mistakes, too.

Swimmers and surfers are not sharks’ favorite meal. They prefer sea lions, sea turtles, fish, whales, and seals.

The majority of shark attacks occur near the shore, in the surf zone and sandbars, because   …  More

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Cave explorer Robbie Schmittner and his dedicated team make breath-taking discoveries on their mission to find the world’s biggest cave. Chronicled with jaw-dropping video, Robbie and company attempt to simultaneously make and preserve history amongst the sacred Maya undergrounds found beneath Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula.

A very special thanks to: Robbie Schmittner, Toddy Waelde, Guillermo De Anda, Dante Garcia, Bil Phillips, Jim Coke, Jeff Clark, Gosia Pytel, Brian Wiederspan, Jeanna Edgerton, Adair Crow, Maria Noel Zisa, Marty O’Farrell

Driven by “an obligation to protect,” Robbie enlists the guidance of local legend Guillermo De Anda. The renowned archaeologist leads them to a dry cave with an ancient altar and other sacred artifacts. On their latest dive, the team scrambles to save fellow diver Jeanna Edgerton, who struggles for air when her equipment unexpectedly malfunctions.

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The list of sea water health benefits is nearly endless. But, even if it only had a placebo effect on our physique, our brain would still drive us to the beach.

It’s good to your mood, and it will boost your health. The only thing that sea water does not do is hydrate our body. But that is not even a downside compared to the benefits

Sea water can be a natural drug and medicine. It stimulates our body and promotes the feeling of well-being that surfers very well know. If you live by the beach or  …  More

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