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Video: Diving into the demise of Kodak

","slides":null,"currentSlideIndex":-1,"imageViewerIndex":null,"slideshowWidth":590,"slideshowHeight":442,"disableImageZoomInSlideshow":false,"fullContent":"TODO"}); }); The story isn't new to anyone in the world of photography. Kodak, once the undeniable leader of the industry, has since been turned into a sad shell of its former self. What isn't so clear is how exactly Kodak went from photo giant to a name that can be licensed and slapped on…

A rare fish walking using hands found off the Tasmanian coast – The TeCake

A rare population of fish was discovered by a group of divers off the Tasmanian coast, having bizarre finger-like fins which help them to walk across the surface of the ocean. The breed of the fish, called the red handfish (Thymichthys politus), according to the experts, is one of the rarest species of fish in the world,…

Hero diver heads back to Britain as rescuers race to drain water inside Thai cave

Thai rescue teams will focus on Thursday on draining as much water as possible from the Tham Luang cave to allow 12 young boys and their football coach to walk and swim out of the six-mile-long underground complex rather than take a perilous scuba dive.  Waters at the cave in Chiang Rai province, northern Thailand,…

Police concerns of ‘cover-up’ over scuba diver Bua-Ngoen Thongsi’s mystery death

Police officers who investigated the death of a scuba diver have concerns that others on the fateful trip have colluded in a cover-up. Thai national Bua-Ngoen "Goy" Thongsi, who had been living in Christchurch, failed to surface while crayfish diving off the coast of the South Island in February 2015. The 37-year-old's body was recovered…

10 amazing Asia-Pacific private island retreats

(CNN) — Colorful marine life, clear water, tropical birds, towering palm trees. There's one way to bring that picture-perfect postcard to life: a private island resort in Asia. Remote yet refined, Asia's top private islands promise gloriously empty itineraries -- free to be filled with cultural excursions, scuba diving, horseback riding, kayaking, hiking or some…

Disappearance of US couple Tom and Eileen Lonergan: How the Lonergans shaped Queensland’s dive tourism industry – The Cairns Post

The Cairns Post Disappearance of US couple Tom and Eileen Lonergan: How the Lonergans shaped Queensland's dive tourism industry The Cairns Post THE disappearance of the Lonergans on the Great Barrier Reef was a wake-up call for Queensland's dive industry, whi…

Marine biologist defends friend for posing with dead shark: ‘We had her lie next to it for scale’

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