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'Exhale-and-Sink' Diving in PNG

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Ben Gowland

Ben Gowland

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Yes - it was Kelso - like many, many places in Tasmania - named after a place in Scotland!

If you look on the CSIRO website they did some tracking of GWS and found them happily trotting up and down the east coast of tassie and even all the way up into Queensland - so you aren't safe there either!

Nice soft yummy freedivers breathing up on the surface - easy pickings......

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Don Pedro

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Brisbane Clinic

Hi Sebastien,
You have Brisbane clinic in July.. What in a programm? Any Ocean diving or just pool?

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waxlips

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i do passive and forceful exhales both. forceful ones are harder on me but more fun because i love the feeling of no air in my chest at all when i do them.
 
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