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Joel McHale Survived Open Water Shark Diving with Rob Riggle

Joel McHale Survived Open Water Shark Diving with Rob Riggle

-Joel, how have you been? Thank you for coming back and seeing us. -Thank you for having me. And thank you for the greatest audience on the planet. -Oh, my goodness. [ Cheers and applause ] That’s pandering. -It’s just pandering. -It’s just pandering. -It’s pandering, just pandering. You look terrific, by the way. -Thank …

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Dive Mecca Of The Coral Universe!- Sailing SV Delos Ep. 28

Dive Mecca Of The Coral Universe!- Sailing SV Delos Ep. 28

“Gidday! Welcome to Raja Ampat!” “Kalig islands is our first destination” “There is an eco resort we’re told” “BEAUTIFUL!” We set sail from Ambon in the early morning. The conditions were absolutely perfect to begin the 250 mile sail to Raja Ampat! We had an epic day of sailing with great, steady winds. We were …

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4ocean joins Project AWARE on a Dive Against Debris

Hey guys! 4Ocean is down here with Jack Fishman and Danna Moore with Project AWARE. Jack, what are we doing today? Today’s gonna be a great day to Dive Against Debris. Dive Against Debris is an action that scuba divers and ocean enthusiasts can take to go underwater and remove marine debris. We’re looking for …

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Japan’s Last “Ama” – The Female Fishers Who Free-Dive For Seafood (HBO)

Japan’s Last “Ama” – The Female Fishers Who Free-Dive For Seafood (HBO)

The Ama, or sea-women, practice a Japanese fishing tradition that dates back at least 5,000 years. With few options to make a living, women learned to dive for abalone, sea cucumber, and other delicacies to sell at the markets. The Ama plunge as deep as 60 feet in freezing water with no oxygen tanks, using …