Neutral Buoyancy Turtle
I found a wallet while scuba diving that had been underwater for 12+ years. here is my story.
Me in a 1950’s era vintage Soviet Spy scuba suit! The top part folds down so that the divers could pop their heads out to shoot at targets. I was testing it out for a diving museum.
It had a little wiper in the goggles to make sure the mask didn’t get fogged up, which was fun to use.
It was heavy and a little claustrophobic because I couldn’t get out of it myself, and if there was a problem with the breathing system I would have to wait for them to get me out while the CO2 built up. But it was fun!
Old, but awesome!Source: paranoidsheep
(Photo by BarryFackler)
The red reef lobster (Enoplometopus occidentalis), also known as the Hawaiian Red Lobster and Red Dwarf Reef Lobster is a species of reef lobster that inhabits coral and rocky reefs and is generally found in deeper areas on the outer reef. It is found at depths from shallow subtidal to about 100 m. They are nocturnal and hides in rock cavities and crevices during the day. This species is found in the western Indian Ocean and central Pacific Ocean. It is known from South Africa, Kenya, Madagascar, Réunion, Mauritius, the Seychelles, Indonesia, eastern Australia, Taiwan, Japan and Hawaii. Lobsters are crustaceans.