Enjoy feeding shows, including our two-story kelp forest tank show where you can talk directly with a diver underwater.
The diver had no interest in her and she was getting desperate.
He is also a scientific, technical and recreational diver.
The danger is that a new, or in-frequent diver cannot manage that level of task loading and panics.
Something similar happens when a scuba diver looks up and sees the sea surface acting as a mirror.
Then there's protection for catfish production, aid for sky-diver companies and all sorts of nonsense.
From a fellow diver and lobster researcher he heard about an area where an unusual number of small lobsters had been seen.
So the living veneer of this reef, the part a diver sees, is ever changing.
In this test, our diver slowly releases a bottle of urine into the shark-infested waters.
When you squeeze the bottle, the air space gets smaller and the diver sinks.
British Dictionary definitions for diver
a person or thing that dives
a person who works or explores underwater
Also called loom. any aquatic bird of the genus Gavia, family Gaviidae, and order Gaviiformes of northern oceans, having a straight pointed bill, small wings, and a long body: noted for swiftness and skill in swimming and diving US and Canadian name loon
any of various other diving birds
(soccer, slang) a player who pretends to have been tripped or impeded by an opposing player in order to win a free kick or penalty