What’s Current This Week: Vol. 2

This week’s ocean social round up features everything from a new decompression habitat where divers can stop and eat a sandwich on their ascent (an article that we got a tiny bit of karma for sharing!) to the most insane surfing photo we’ve ever seen of Garrett McNamara at Praia do Norte, Nazaré, Portugal.

If you have anything you would like to see featured on this blog, you can post it on our Facebook wall or tweet it at us and I’ll take a look! Last week we had some amazing submissions… stay tuned to see them in a blog of their own!

That being said, here’s what’s current on the internet this week:

This awesome shark street art from our Pinterest page.

Photo via LOLwall.

This new decompression habitat which allows divers to take off their masks, stay warm, and eat while
they wait to surface.


Garrett McNamara at Praia do Norte, Nazaré, Portugal earlier today in one of the craziest surf shots
we've ever seen.


Photo by Tó Mané for Billabong XXL.

This seahorse snow sculpture on Navy Pier in Chicago.

Photo by Tara Bloom.

Danilo Couto charging this green monster at Mullaghmore Head, Ireland.


Photo by Laurent Pujol for Billabong XXL.

These kids in Raja Ampat who get to take the best jumping photos, ever.


Photo by MacGillivray Freeman.

Sarah Bedolfe and the MacGillivray Freeman film crew who get to work on the coolest set, ever.
(Overstatement. Coolest set ever is arguably Raja Ampat, or, like, the moon.)


Photo by MacGillivray Freeman.

This turtle who will be a part of a restoration project that scientists and divers are working on together
on Cocos Island.


Photo by Shmulik Blum.

This incredible moonlit beach in New Zealand.

Photo via reddit.

And last but not least, this photo of a river otter, who I am trying my best to caption. I know it has
something to do with ‘ottermelons,’ but it’s not quite there yet. Let me know if you have any ideas in
the comments!

Photo via reddit.

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