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By Laurie Slawson
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Blueshark in deep water off Faial  Azores. Such a wonderful animal and sadly fished to extinction by the Spanish and Portuguese longliners. Not even fishing quotas for blues in the EU. If you are an European citizen https //stop finning.eu/ lang en
By Joerg Blessing
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Blueshark in deep water of Faial  Azores Islands. Such beautiful animals that are sadly fished to extinction by the Spanish and Portuguese longliners. There is no fishing quota for them in the EU.https //stop finning.eu/ lang en
By Joerg Blessing
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Underwater Photo Location: Hms Morui

Underwater Photo Location: Hms Morui

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Hms Mouri is located in one of the harbours on Maltas east coast. She was sunk by a torpido in 1942, and some of the artilry shells are still visavble today. This is a great historical dive, with abundent marine life
Facts about Hms Morui
  • It is in Malta
  • Hms Morui is in the Mediterranean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
wreck

Marine Life
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by Marcus Grant
A large morer eel, sitting pretty on the wreck of HMS Mouri. Malta

by Grant Kennedy
Wreck of the HMS Mauri, near the fort of St. Elmo, Malta

by Grant Kennedy
HMS Mouri, Malta. Nikon D70, 14mm Lens, Natural Light.

by Grant Kennedy
Jellyfish - Nikon D70, 14mm Lens

by Christian Llewellyn
HMS Maori - Grand Harbour Malta

by Christian Llewellyn
The wreck of the HMS Maori - HMS Maori was a Tribal-class destroyer. She served with the Mediterranean Fleet until she was bombed and sunk by German aircraft while at Malta in 1942. Photograph taken with slave strobe.
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