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While they may have made “terrestrial excursions,” he says, these animals would have needed to be able to feed underwater.
Reading one of Moniz’s stories is like holding your breath underwater while letting the salt sting your fresh wounds.
This lets them live in rough environments, including underwater and underground.
While we can’t think of a reason why anyone would want to bring a speaker underwater on purpose, accidents do happen, so if you have a portable computer speaker that’s always on the move, it’s good to be prepared.
The country’s search agency said the debris found in the Java Sea is similar to those circulating earlier on social media, and its efforts Sunday will include both air and sea, and also underwater.
“We know more about the moon than underwater,” says Ghaffarivardavagh.
In some of “The Tempest’s” best-known lines, a “sea change” means an underwater transformation “into something rich and strange.”
Second, Schröder gives the Lakers a better threat to pair with Davis during James’s sub outs — a much-needed boost, given that the team was underwater by 3 points per 100 possessions last year with Davis on the court but James on the sideline.
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Other research has found that freedivers are capable of holding their breath until their brain oxygen levels drop so low that they lose consciousness—a very dangerous situation if it happens underwater.
After a 30-second break, he swims another 25 meters underwater before resting for two minutes.

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