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Written by DIVE Magazine Thursday, 17 November 2011 17:27BBC cameraman Doug Anderson has been filming in the Arctic and Antarctica for the natural history series Frozen Planet. Doug, formerly a scallop diver in Scotland, has filmed for several BBC series, including The Blue Planet and Planet Earth
Written by Jo Mattock Wednesday, 09 November 2011 11:45The network of Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs) due to be set up around the UK is under threat, according to a conservation charity. The Wildlife Trust says only a fraction of the 127 proposed MCZs will be put in place unless divers and the public express their support for the plans.
Written by Jo Mattock Wednesday, 26 October 2011 09:42A team of divers have found the wrecks of two of Sir Frances Drake's ships off the coast of Panama. The Elizabeth and the Delight were scuttled by their crews in 1596, after Drake himself died of dysentery.
Written by Jo Mattock Thursday, 20 October 2011 09:45Divers in Cornwall have raised £2,800 for the Diving Diseases Research Centre (DDRC) at the annual Kernow Diving Festival. Members of the Federation of Kernow Dive Clubs visited the Hyperbaric Medical Centre in Plymouth to present the cheque to the charity.
Written by Jo Mattock Friday, 14 October 2011 10:17A rare dwarf sperm whale has been spotted in Cornwall, in what's believed to be the first sighting of the species in the UK. The whale was seen in Mounts Bay where it beached itself and was rescued by members of the public.
- Second silver wreck to be salvaged
- Isle of Man creates marine reserve
- Divers left at sea
- Cornwall dolphins in decline
- Red Sea Diving College: 20 years
- Oonasdivers new brochure out now
- Silver to be salvaged from Atlantic
- Plymouth divers swim with dolphin
- Petition to save British wrecks
- Lecture on Welsh shipwreck
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