Win a Subscription to DIVE in Our Quick Friday Quiz | #5 - Under Pressure
Welcome to DIVE's Quick Friday Scuba Diving Quiz! This week it's all about pressure, one of the most important facets of scuba diving. We breathe gases under pressure to put ourselves under the pressure of water, adding and releasing pressure to our gear and our bodies as we go. It's quite important.
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