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People have varying levels of shark awareness, anxiety and tolerance. To start with, you're really quite unlikely to get eaten by a shark. Much more likely to drown for some reason. A big part of things is location. I live in Vancouver and grew up in the Caribbean. In both places, I don't worry about sharks when swimming. The types of shark that are ...


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It looks like they are all around the world, except for American waters, with special concentrations in Whyalla Australia. They are widely distributed according to species. For example the European common cuttlefish is found all along the eastern Atlantic from Scandinavia to South Africa and the Mediterranean. Most other species, such as the flamboyant ...


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Seahorses are found all over the world where they : Diving with Seahorses: seahorses inhabit coral reefs and sea grass beds. They have been recorded at depths as low as 0.5m and as deep as 75m. Also: Dive Report: Seahorses are mainly found in shallow tropical and temperate waters throughout the world, and prefer to live in sheltered areas such as sea ...


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I hope you are aware that this is not anything to be worried about when in the sea, but almost entirely an irrational fear. It's not just you - it's a very common fear; either of sharks themselves (Galeophobia), or fear of the deep (Thalassophobia). Almost every other risk is far more likely to kill you. Sharks don't like the taste of humans, generally, and ...


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PADI maintains a map of diving sites, but it doesn't seem very collaborative (except that you can leave reviews, yet there aren't any for Oahu), and it has far fewer sites than Dive Buddy.


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