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Feeding Frenzy - Manta Rays of the Maldives

The photo story Feeding Frenzy by Save Our Seas Foundation Chief Photographer Thomas P. Peschak appears in the July issue of National Geographic magazine. The 32 different language editions of the magazine introduces the manta rays of the Maldives and the pioneering research of Save Our Seas Foundation scientist Guy Stevens to more than 50 million readers. In recent news, the Maldivian government has proclaimed the research site, Hanifaru, a marine protected area which will aid in the conservation of these beautiful creatures.

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Diving Maldives (Shark, Turtle, Whaleshark)

Diving trailer in the maldives

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Maldives Underwater Video

This images were taken in the maldives April 2006 by Daniel Extremiana, There is no music due to copiright laws. (You can see sharks, eagle rays, moreys and lots of things)

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Biyadhoo Island, Maldives,underwater world

Our trip to Biyadhoo island in May 2010 snorkelling on the house reef using a vivitar 850w underwater video camera

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Maldives - Welcome to the Paradise

Welcome to Maldives - the paradise on Earth. Sun, sand and sea, a thousand islands, cool lagoons with different depths and infinite shades of blue and turquoise, dazzling underwater coral gardens; a perfect natural combination for the ideal tropical holiday destination. However there is more to the Maldives than just that. Maldives - the sunny side of life video was produced by Maldives Tourist Promotion Board (MTPB) For more information on Maldives, visit…

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