Day 57: Great Barrier Reef, Australia
Today was our second day on the live-a-board diving boat, and with four dives planned for the day we were up with the sun for our first dive, which was the third open water skills dive. We geared u…
Reef Aquarium open in Herastrau Park, Bucharest – sharks, rays and tropical fish
Tropical reefs have come to Herastrau Park, with the Reef Aquarium exhibition. Hosted in two pavilions, the exhibition boasts aquariums with over 50,000 liters of water and hundreds of different kinds of fish. Visitors can see some of the inhabitants of the world’s coral reefs, including sharks, rays, brightly colored tropical fish, as well as
The Best Caribbean Recipes Online by Chef & Gourmand Award Winning Cookbook Author, Chris De La Rosa.
Articles tagged with 'Caribbean Fish Recipe' at CaribbeanPot.com - The Best Caribbean Recipes Online by Chef & Gourmand Award Winning Cookbook Author, Chris De...
Photo Gallery: Scuba Diving Fiji
In this underwater photo guide to scuba diving Fiji, explore the wonderful dive sites in Namena Marine Reserve — once over-fished but now a standout dive destination — as well as numerous other reefs around Fiji's magical archipelago that are seeing their own renaissance.
Parrotfish, Great Barrier Reef
See a photo of a grinning parrotfish by David Doubilet and download free wallpaper from National Geographic.
The Most Beautiful Fish in the Reef - AquaViews
When surfing the internet you always find lists of the ugliest, weirdest fish and creatures in this world. It's like we go out of our way to find the
North Borneo also known as Sabah which are part of Malaysia state. Separated from Peninsular main land. Rich with cultural diversification, religion, language added with exotic forestry. We are welcoming all tourists around the world to visit our beautiful place. Hence, we also provide range of tour information and packages that available.
Globe's coral reefs take second worst beating on record during 2010 | Category 6™ | Weather Underground
Record warm ocean temperatures across much of Earth's tropical oceans during the summer of 2010 created the second worst year globally for coral-killing bleaching episodes. The warm waters, fueled in part by the El Niño phenomena, caused the most coral bleaching since 1998, when 16 percent of the world's reefs were killed off.