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SS YONGALA Shipwreck

Check out this amazing video of one of the most famous wreck dives in the world: the SS YONGALA Shipwreck, located in the Great Barrier Reef off Townsville, Australia. The Yongala sits in 19-28 meters of water (about 60 to 120 feet) and is known for its incredible array of marine life, including massive schools of barracuda and jacks, giant spotted eagle rays, moray eels, whale sharks, manta rays, bull sharks, and many other fascinating sea creatures. The Yongala has been consistently ranked one of the top ten scuba dives in the world, and it is a “must do” site for serious divers and anyone who shares our passion for oceanic exploration, acquatic life and marine biology.

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"People ask: Why should I care about the ocean? Because the ocean is the cornerstone of earth's life support system, it shapes climate and weather. It holds most of life on earth. 97% of earth's water is there. It's the blue heart of the planet — we should take care of our heart. It's what makes life possible for us. We still have a really good chance to make things better than they are. They won't get better unless we take the action and inspire others to do the same thing. No one is without power. Everybody has the capacity to do something." Oceanographer Sylvia Earle

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