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Fish bombing allegedly kills 3 people in Semporna – here’s what it is, who uses it and why it’s illegal

The illegal practice is reportedly "rampant" in Sabah and has caused environmental and human collateral damage.
Chris Lemons working in the North Sea before his oxygen cord was cut, shown in footage from a documentary about the incident.

A diver survived more than 30 minutes at the bottom of the North Sea after his oxygen cord was severed in an oil-rig repair job gone horribly wrong

Chris Lemons, a British diver, fell unconscious and was recused by his crew and given mouth-to-mouth resuscitation.

Diver’s video shows shocking scene near Malaysia’s world-famous Sipadan, where he found butchered sharks on the seabed

"I am not a shark expert but the images clearly show slaughtered hammerheads in the reefs off Mabul Island," the diver says.

A woman believed to be from Perak’s royal family has died while diving near Perhentian Island

She gave the "OK" signal at a depth of 15m and then continued to dive deeper. But all of a sudden, she became weak.
The extinct giant sloth was up to 13 feet tall.

Divers found fossils of an ancient giant sloth hidden in a sinkhole. The creature was 20 feet long.

In a sinkhole, scientists uncovered the remains of a giant sloth. The elephant-sized animal appears to have been able to adapt to changing climates.
A professional diver takes part in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in this 2016 photo.

Los Angeles police say Instagramming cliff jumpers are risking their lives for the perfect post — and they’ve spent thousands rescuing the...

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said that the quest for social media validation had caused an uptake in helicopter rescues.

Thailand’s king urges rescue of football team trapped in cave to be done as quickly as possible – but it won’t be easy

The King wants the operation to be completed soon, but rescuers anticipate extreme challenges ahead.
Rescuers clean their shoes by the water pumping out of Tham Luang Nang Non cave where a a soccer team has gone missing on June 30, 2018 in Chiang Rai, Thailand.

Rescuers want to drain enough cave water so the Thai soccer team could almost walk out — but the clock is ticking

Authorities have been able to drain some of the water from the cave where a Thai soccer team has been trapped for 12 days, which may allow the team to walk out without diving gear. Rescuers can now enter the cave until chamber three located about a mile (1.6 kilometers) from the cave's entrance.