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New Artificial Reef in Hurghada

New Artificial Reef in Hurghada

Teenagers from around Egypt had a lot of fun at the International Youth Ecological Festival, “Artificial reefs-2009”, held at the Blue Dreams Diving Club (Aqua Fun Hotel, Hurghada) last November. The Festival was hosted by the Caspian branch of the Oceanology Institute of the Russian Academy of Science together with the National Oceanology Institute of Egypt, HEPCA and the Red Sea Association.

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Endemic species of the Red Sea - Klunzinger's wrasse

Endemic species of the Red Sea - Klunzinger's wrasse

It was one of these early and calm afternoons during the summer months, somewhere at a dive site entry along the fringing reefs of South Sinai. The near-shore reef flat a...

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CORALS RESTORATION

CORALS RESTORATION

There is no doubt that every skin diver enjoys the magnificent abundance of life on the coral reefs. The sad fact is that this extraordinary ecosystems are under the cons...

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THE DOUBLE-ENDED NEEDLEHORSE

THE DOUBLE-ENDED NEEDLEHORSE

New evidence in the Red Sea, the family of Pipefish’s/ Seahorses have been found at our Hurghada diving sites.

The species Solegnathus includes the Pipefish as well....

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CONSERVATION OF ENDEMIC MARINE LIFE OF THE RED SEA

CONSERVATION OF ENDEMIC MARINE LIFE OF THE RED SEA

Endemic marine lives are those that occur only at the RED SEA and nowhere else in the world. The intention of this series of article is to spot the attention of the Red S...

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