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Russian athlete breaks Guinness record for underwater bench press
A Russian athlete broke a Guinness World Record when he went underwater and bench pressed a 110-pound (about 50kg) barbell 76 times before coming up for air.
Indian man attempts to break Guinness World Record by solving most Rubik’s cubes underwater
25-year-old Illayaram Sekar has attempted to break the Guinness World Record of solving most Rubik’s cubes underwater in a single breath.
Scientists create loudest possible sound underwater
Sound isn't just something we hear. It's a formidable physical phenomenon — a wave of pressure that reverberates through the air around us.
Seychelles president’s underwater speech: Protect our oceans
In a striking speech delivered from deep below the ocean’s surface, the Seychelles president on Sunday made a global plea for stronger protection of the “beating blue heart of our planet.”
World's first underwater hotel residence opens in Maldives
For once, it's an opportunity to sleep with the fishes that doesn't mean you end up like a character in a mob movie. The Conrad Maldives Rangali Island opened the world's first-ever underwater hotel residence, CNN reported.
Underwater fiber-optic cables could moonlight as earthquake sensors
The global network of seafloor cables may be good for more than ferrying digital communication between continents.
Researches replicate ocean life with swarm of underwater robots
Scientists at Scripps Institution of Oceanography wanted to know what life is like for plankton.
'Smart boulders' record huge underwater avalanche
Scientists have had a remarkable close-up encounter with a gigantic underwater avalanche.
World's deepest underwater cave discovered
Man and robot teamed up to discover the world's deepest underwater cave in the Czech Republic.
Floating underwater tunnels planned for Norway
Geographically speaking, Norway is an especially tricky place for motorists. With more than 1,100 fjords — the deep glacial water inlets that divide land masses — driving from point A to point B typically requires points C through Z, several bridges, and a couple of ferry rides.
Underwater city was built by microbes, not people
When snorkelers discovered what appeared to be ancient stonework off the coast of the Greek island of Zakynthos in 2013, archeologists sent to the site thought the odd rocks might be the ruins of an ancient city.

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