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Scuba diving is one of those recreational sports that must be taken seriously. If it is not then the chance of getting injured rises and you really don't want to hurt yourself or others around you, no? To prevent this from happening simply stick by the rules, if you ever happen to get in trouble underwater and your dive buddy is nowhere or to far away then it's up to you to save yourself. First thing to keep in mind is that you should always stay calm, I can't stress this enough but staying calm at any time underwater can save many lives.

Humans tend to build up an amount of hormones in their body when they get in danger, their heart rate increases. This is normal because the body wants to survive and that's why it produces adrenaline so the body can react faster. Now the problem is: Your underwater - can't talk - no sound - it might be cold - and your vision is blocked by the murky water. What do you do?

All these factors combine to make diving in Galapagos an awesome experience. It's in Galapagos where diving with whale sharks, hammerheads, giant manta rays, dolphins, sea turtles, yellow fin tuna, Galapagos sharks, almaco jacks, bacalo, leather bass and sea lions not a wish list but a daily experience.

You will get to see the whitest beaches from a completely opposite perspective. It will make your vacation so much more memorable because you were able to see brand new sights and have new experiences that a typical island vacation cannot provide.

-Shape:

There are several shapes for knives including some which are angled. Get a knife which is straight forward and short. You do not need a long knife. Straight edges cut plastic better, this includes large fishing lines and ropes.

Members of DAN have put together a list which is called "S.A.F.E.D.I.V.E." for preventing minor injuries to big:

* Self-reliance

* Attitude

* Fitness

* Experience

* Diving skills

* Involvement

* Variety

* Equipment

Just think it over and remember: staying calm could save your life one day.

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