Earlier in the week a smaller Hammerhead was also found on South Florida beaches after becoming a victim to shark finning. Shark finning is a practice primarily in Asian countries where once the shark is caught, as many as three-seven fins are cut off, then the living body is discarded into the ocean left to drown or be eaten alive.
Have you ever found yourself toes buried in the warm summer sand wondering where the heck does this sand even come from? No big trucks don't deliver the sand to our flawless Florida beaches in the middle of the night, a majority of the sand is actually delivered by one of Floridas most popular reef fish: The Parrot Fish.
In 1993 an underwater decompression chamber was submerged to 62 feet below the oceans surface in hopes of gathering mass information on marine preservation at first hand in this underwater habitat. More than 120 mission preformed by specialized divers as well as astronauts in training have been completed since the chambers deployment.
Special forces officer, 40 year old proud Egyptian Ahmed Gabr, dive instructor for 17 years, had spent the past four years training to prepare for the Guinness World Record breaking worlds deepest dive. On September 18, 2014 at 10:30 AM Ahmed dove into the Blue Hole located in the Red Sea, Egypt.