Dubai has set another Guinness world record, the deepest diving pool – Deep Dive Dubai. It is the only diving facility in the world with depths of 60 meters filled with 14 million liters of water.
The Clown triggerfish is considered the most beautiful of the Balistidae family, because of its distinctive pattern. It is also one of the most aggressive specie of the triggerfish.
Underwater world is an amazing place that gives you a wonderful feeling when you explore and discover those wonders. But how many types of diving are there? Let us find out and allow us to go over each of the common types of diving and their key characteristics.
The ocean is the biggest biome on Earth that covers 70% of our planet and is still undiscovered. It is classified by several layers, and each has its own distinctive features. These layers are known as "zones", from the surface to the very extreme depths where light can no longer penetrate
“AIDA Freediving World Cup” competition has started last May 11,2021. Based in Sharm El Sheik, Egypt and was organized by Italian freediver Andrea Zuccari with 2 world record.
Let's talk about something relatedly interesting to holding our breath as freedivers. Have you heard of the word Kabaddi? It is derived from Hindi word that means, ‘holding your breath’. A team sport and perfect for adrenaline junkies, which requires both skill, strength and combines the attributes of wrestling and rugby.
Stazione Zoologica is the first and still in operation research facility mainly dedicated to study of marine fauna and flora. It was founded in March 1872 by Anton Dohrn, a German zoologist and a student of Charles Darwin.
Another Guinness world record was set last Saturday (March 27th of 2021), when Budimir Šobat held his breath for 24 minutes and 33 seconds.
Khorfakkan has a new prominent landmark on its site that is sure to leave a “WOW” moment.
On March 16th, 2021, Alexei Molchanov have set a new Guinness World Record after descending 80 meters below in constant weight with monofin in about 2 minutes in the icy waters of Lake Baikal, the world's largest and deepest freshwater lake in Siberia.