PADI Specialty of the month October 2008; Underwater Naturalist
Are you fascinated with aquatic life? Always wondering what that fish is and why it always dances under a coral head whenever you get close? If you’re engrossed with life under the surface, the Underwater Naturalist Specialty
course is especially for you.
Tube Anemone at Sail Rock, vertebrate or invertebrate?
During your PADI
Underwater Naturalist Specialty course, you'll learn underwater naturalist dive planning, organization, procedures, techniques and potential problems. You'll also get an overview of the major aquatic life groupings, interactions and factual information that dispels negative myths. You'll put this information into practice during your two open water dives.
The role of aquatic plants, food chains and predator prey relationships are explained and you need to point out 2 underwater plants, 4 underwater invertebrates
and 5 underwater vertebrates
learn about responsible interactions with aquatic life.
Can you spot the Pipefish?
It's a fun course which can be conducted in as little as just one day and includes at least 2 Open Water dives.
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