Many different types of marine life you will expirence if you go scuba diving. It really depends what part of the world you go scuba diving in. Which will effect the type of things you see.
Yes, you will likely see a shark when scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef.
Personally, I go scuba diving to get lobsters, to spear fish, and to see marine life in the sea. It is a fascinating sport with several rewards.
Please see the answer in the question "What does decompression mean in diving?"
I think that Scuba Divers go to learn about fish or improve the human's knowledge. I know that I enjoy scuba diving and it seems like the perfect way to learn. It can also be fantastic to see the different things that we are sharing Earth with!
scuba diving? no (see the previous answer that YOU submitted a few minutes ago) having 2 beers? yes you seem pretty concerned with YOUR ability to drive. why not just get a friend to drive when you go SCUBA diving? when the diving is over, drink until you pass out and have your friend take you home.
Yes. If you are very myopic there is no point in diving without contacts because you won't see anything. You can't wear glasses under a scuba mask.
Sure, it just depends on the location and your depth, because some bodies of water don't have turtles and they are at a certain depth.
NO! it is 13 thousand feet deep
There is absolutely no law against it. I would hate to see it happen though because 99% of scuba instructors are married.
If I were to go scuba diving somewhere, I´d prefer to see a dolphin.
Mauritius has beautiful water for scuba diving, hiking trails, a botanical garden, winery tours, some colonial mansions with beautiful gardens, and safaris where you can see big cats, alligators, and giant turtles.
You dive for Cap'n Salty's lobster trap. (see related question)
The aqualung was invented 1943. Prior to that scuba diving was done on rebreathers, but they were really only used by the military.It was invented in 1942 and but they started selling the scuba gear for other people in 1943.Scuba history from a diving bell developed by Guglielmo de Loreno in 1535 up to John Bennett's dive in the Philippines to amazing 308 meter in 2001 and much more... For more information please see lnks below for more information.
I don't see why not. The Duke of Edinburgh Award encompasses many different skills and I think Scuba diving would be afab one to do. When I done my gold award I used cross stitch embrodiery for mine!! good luck..
animals seen during diving are usually sharks, fish, eels, and sometimes, very occasionally the average unknown marine life. Then you can see lobsters. It really depends where you are diving.
You have to use a diving mask. The air between the mask lens and your eyes helps you to see clearly. Diving without a mask results in everything looking blurry because you're just looking directly through the water.
Yes. The chemical imbalance inside your brain when diving at deep depths and then returning to surface is proven to cause gaydom. (see msgt hall for further questions)
the amount of air in the tank per square inch. (p.s.i.)Improve answerPounds per Square Inch - so the amount of pressure exerted on the tank by the air under pressure in the cylinder of the scuba diver. The more pressure, the more compressed the air so the greater the volume of air compressed within the cylinder.for more on scuba diving, including equipment see the related link:
Mask, fins, snorkel, SCUBA tanks, Buoyancy Control Device and weights. It's also nice to have a wetsuit and dive computer.Also, see the answer in the question "What is the required equipment for scuba diving?"
I'd have to say Cliff Diving. Every time you cliff dive, you're hoping real hard that the bottom configuration, which you can't see, hasn't changed. No matter what you do, your body receives a fierce impact from sudden deceleration, even if you do it right. Open water SCUBA, on the other hand, should have no ill effects if you do it correctly. And after a year, if you keep diving, the odds of serious injury or fatality drop to a point that's near insignificance. I exclude deep diving, cave penetration and wreck penetration from this assessment.
For recreational Scuba Diving, we mostly go down to 30m. This is were most of the animals and plat-life are, and also, much further down, and it gets too dark to see much! If you would like to go down further than that, (which is mostly only for scientific work etc) you must get specialist training, and specialist equipment.
This is really a question based on opinion. I personally think that scuba diving is much better than snorkeling, because you can stay below for longer, and you can see much more than snorkel diving. Plus, scuba diving is a (bad word for underworld) of a lot safer than snorkel diving.A vote for snorkelingI have long given up diving in favor of snorkeling, just my personal preference. I just came back from the Great Barrier Reef, and some of the divers felt they were missing what was going on in the shallows at the top of the reef. My preference is to see tons of fish swimming in the sunlight, with the occasional shark, ray or large fish sighting. I also like to be able to go in and out of the water at a moments notice, several times a day, with minimal gear. And portablility so I can carry my gear over dunes or along a beach over long distances.
A form of swim goggels were invented so that Native Americans could see through water; however, goggels as we humans of 2009 know them, were created for scuba diving purposes made from polished shells of tortoises in the 1300s.
Well, it all started off when this man called Zaggs wanted to see his wife, but she was scuba diving with her friends... He needed her to(... Well u know what;) anyway, he bought a helicopter and flew to Japan and then to the ocean, it was a crazy flight!!