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Loving Blue Planet? Go one better and take a real submarine trip to the deep


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The unknowable expanse of the oceans has become a little more familiar after Blue Planet II. Now it is set to become more familiar still to tourists with enough cash to spare.

The BBC series is the most-watched show of 2017, with 14.1 million viewers tuning in for unseen wonders like cannibalistic Humboldt squid, methane belching from the ocean floor and an underwater lake of brine. Scenes like these are beyond the view of anyone except TV crews, scientists and explorers – but not for much longer. Submarine tourism is riding a wave of interest that is likely to swell as the series continues.

Read more : http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2017/nov/12/blue-planet-submarines-tourism-oceans-tourism

 

Posted by on Nov 13 2017. Filed under Biodiversity, Water & Wetland, Wildlife. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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