Here are a few fun and relevant videos pertaining to scuba diving:
The first video is an interesting view of a current event. These divers are exploring the aftermath of this summer's disastrous oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. They note the extent of the damage and how it afftects the ecology and quality of the surrounding reefs.
Next is a look at a marine biologist's dream. The whale shark is a rare and fascinating find for any diver. This gentle giant pays no mind to visitors of its reefs, and wanders great expanses of the ocean throughout its life. It is the biggest fish on the planet.
The third video chronicles some of the underwater portion of the training endured by our Navy SEALs. Scuba training is an essential skill of these elite warriors, and as some of the drills shown demonstrate, they must be prepared for any emergency at any depth.
Following that is a clip of the increasingly popular "underwater marriage." These couples literally take the plunge, sometimes even setting up chairs for guests and anchoring them to the seabed. The pastor, priest, or minister points to the vows on a writing tablet, and the bride and groom nod their agreements.
After that is a peek at the life of the famous "Scuba Cat," living proof that felines aren't always repelled by water. Believe it or not, this was a big deal in the scuba community a few years ago.
The final video is my favorite: an underwater tour of the reefs of Cocos Island, known as the shark capital of the world. This still blows my mind.