|Puffer Fish, only deadly if eaten.|
|This is what to look for.|
|Jimmy Dahab with hat, and Oula Dahab.|
|This is typically your first impression.|
|Jim was the best possible buddy.|
Jim, my experienced buddy from yesterday (read Diving in Dahab I) took me on a drift dive along the corals, not much deeper than 25 meters, reducing air consumption. The first of two dives lasted just about one hour, which is more than I've done in one single dive before.
|colourful one ...|
|funny wormlike thing|
|Geometric Moray, the most common moray in the Red sea.|
|small scorpion fish, according to Jim|
|blue spotted puffer|
Maybe the fight for the water world is already lost, or maybe it can still be saved. The word "maybe" is popping up far to often, when it comes to human interference in nature. There is so much we do not know, and science has a hard time keeping up with accelerating changes. We remain ignorants in so many fields, but still act as if we knew. Or actually ever more often do even worse than that, when we do have the knowledge, but ignore it for the sake of short term benefits.
|Milad Sawires is diving instructor at Aqua Divers in Dahab - recommended!!|
Go get your dive mask, be sure not to touch anything and try to understand what our pollution, plastic, CO2 and overfishing are exterminating. Then use your vote, your shopping habits and your voice - in order make a difference!