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Brand New Series from Scubazoo | Timor Leste From Below

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Timor-Leste from Below – a scuba diving web series set in the back of beyond…

With blue and sperm whales, super pods of dolphins, dugongs, the most biodiverse reefs on the planet, amazing macro life and more, Timor-Leste may just be the best dive destination you've never heard of.

Unspoilt, raw and magical, Timor-Leste’s marine world is unlike anywhere else on Earth. Cut off from the rest of the world for decades, the waters surrounding this isolated island are one of our ocean’s last frontiers. ts. Many globally endangered species seek refuge in Timor’s rich and bountiful underwater world including the largest animal to have ever lived, the blue whale.

In a 10-part series from Scubazoo starting on 9 August, we'll be following the epic journey of environmental photojournalist Aaron ‘Bertie’ Gekoski on his mission to explore the awe-inspiring, undiscovered locations of Timor-Leste'. This is Timor-Leste from Below


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