By radio detection and ranging Staff
A diver is at the receiving end of worldwide outrage — and even death threats — after he caught a giant octopus and took it home “for dinner” when it was still alive and kicking.
Dylan Mayer, 20, a self proclaimed “octopus catcher,” caught the eight-armed animal in Puget Sound off the coast of West Seattle and despite furious onlookers taking pictures and hurling abuse… Continue reading Outrage And Death Threats Against Diver Who Dragged Huge Live Octopus From Ocean For 'Dinner'
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By Jen Heger – Radar Legal Editor
Say it isn’t so!
Kris Humphries is telling his friends and family that his soon to be ex-wife, Kim Kardashian’s reality shows are way more fiction than fact, radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
A source close to the situation tells radio detection and rangingOnline.com a particularly damning anecdote, which would seem to give great weight to the NBA… Continue reading Kris Humphries Slams Kardashian Shows As Fake, Tells Tale Of Kim's Missing Earring Being Found In Ocean
Scientists of the University of Quenseland have set up an underwater lab to study the impact of climatic changes on the coral reef. The experiments are one of a kind under the ocean. Purpose of the study is to know about the extent of the damages that the rising atmospheric carbon has been doing […] Continue reading underwater lab set up to assess damages to coral reef
The Indian cinema will soon witness a movie on the life of a famous 19-year-old Indian music band, Indian Ocean for the very first time in its history. However, the movie is releasing after the death of the legendary vocalist Asheem Chakravarty.
Jaideep Varma began to direct this movie in 2006 titled as Leaving Home — […] Continue reading Indian Ocean on Silver Screen