Scuba diving provides the opportunity to experience wildlife in their own habitat, and to see things you wouldn’t be able to otherwise. To ensure the safety of the person, each diver is given special equipment in which he has to attend and pass a course to prove that they are aware of how to use it safely and correctly. A compressed air is contained in a tank that a diver will carry on their backs while diving. Diving is done for a number of reasons including recreationally as well as professionally. Dive equipment has been designed to enable a diver to go as deep as 140 feet under the water. Those that dive has a strong connection to what lies beneath the surface of the water and this is one unusual encounter between human and mammal.
life Changing Day
Gary Grayson, an avid diver, was excited for his day ahead. Little did he know, this particular dive would be one he would never forget. Although what lies beneath the surface of the water is unknown, he was not expecting to see an unfamiliar animal.
Almost all professional divers will be fully aware as to what each dive site has in store for them. Mostly, they are likely to see different types of coral, fish, and various other underwater animals. Gary was hoping to encounter some wildlife, but he and his dive buddies were flabbergasted when a couple of seals appeared out of nowhere.