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God we are sick of Japanese stupidity!

It’s a scene that brings laughter and cheers from visitors to a Japanese aquarium – two white beluga whales wearing Santa hats. But environmentalists are saddened by the sight of what they say is the final humiliation for the whale ...

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Seven Principles of Successful Dive Leaders

Exceptional Dive Leaders have that “special something” that sets them apart from the crowd. It’s not as mysterious as it sounds. Most of the time, that “special something” is the sheer determination to maintain positive habits of learning and teaching. ...

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Quadriplegic Athlete from St. Cloud learns to scuba dive

Aaron Cross has spent recent weeks traveling to schools throughout Minnesota and other nearby states, sharing motivational messages with students and stressing the importance of setting and achieving goals. But Cross isn’t all talk. The 32-year-old St. Cloud man, who ...

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Dont you get it? Let the Whales Free

Marina, the second oldest beluga whale at the Georgia Aquarium, has recently fallen ill and is being watched twenty-four hours a day. Marina has lost her appetite and has become disoriented. “Every resource is being given to the team to ...

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