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Day 2 of lake search in Hernandez case

Police divers have returned for the second day in a row, in and around a lake in Aaron Hernandez's home for evidence that might connect the former New England Patriots player to a murder last month. Full story

Body of former Cubs pitcher recovered from Arizona lake: sheriff

PHOENIX (Reuters) - The body of former Chicago Cubs pitcher Frank Castillo was recovered by divers from an Arizona lake on Monday, a day after he was reported missing during a swimming trip, sheriff's officials said. Full story

Watch divers have a whale of an encounter

   Shades of Jonah and the whale: Two humpback whales surfaced with their gaping mouths open right next to some divers, with one just a few feet away.

Lionfish beyond reach of divers worry researchers

The invasive lionfish that crowds coral reefs and preys on native fish in the Atlantic's shallower waters is such a problem that divers in Florida and the Caribbean are encouraged to capture and eat them whenever they can. Full story

Recalls this week: Dive Computers

Digital dive computers that measure time and depth are being recalled this week because they can malfunction, posing a risk of drowning to divers. Full story

Sunken tugboat pulled from Miss. River bottom

An arduous, five-day effort to locate and surface a tugboat that rolled and sank in the Mississippi River near Venice, La., over the weekend, interrupting the flow of traffic and commerce, has finally come to an end. Full story

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Nigerian cook survives two days under sea in shipwreck air bubble

2 New Species of Octocoral Discovered

Three divers die in separate drownings off California coast

Packed Amazon river boat capsizes, at least 13 dead

Great Barrier Reef corals found at 410 feet

Oceans in year 2100 may 'sound' like dino-era seas

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  Skydiving cameraman catches shoe in midair

A skydiver’s shoe goes flying when he bumps into another parachute, but the skydiving cameraman swoops to the rescue. All the skydivers (and shoes) landed safely.

  Shipwreck becomes underwater art Gallery

In the Gulf of Mexico, divers attach artwork to the sunken remains of the USS Mohawk. Chad Oliver of WBBH reports.

  20 ton machine dances to 'Gangnam Style'

A diver of a 20 ton front loader was inspired to make machinery dance to the hit song 'Gangnam Style.' NBCNews.com's Todd Kenreck reports.

  Divers take 'Harlem Shake' under water

A first for the internet sensation called the "Harlem Shake" as a dozen divers perform their version of the dance while diving in Cancun, Mexico. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Sea pup hitches ride on diver's kayak

A diver from California wearing a GoPro camera captures a surprise visit on his kayak from a sea lion pup and paddles his new buddy to shore. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

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A tattoo of a diver is seen on the back of Sweden's Jesper Tolvers during the World Swimming Championships in Barcelona
A tattoo of a diver is seen on the back of Sweden's Jesper Tolvers during the World Swimming Championships in Barcelona

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A primitive mask is attached to a rubber pipe used by divers to go as deep as 200 feet underwater in search of coal and iron from sunken ships on Yangon River
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A primitive mask is attached to a rubber pipe used by divers to go as deep as 200 feet underwater in search of coal and iron from sunken ships on Yangon River July 10, 2013. Every morning and evening during high tide, up to 40 boats of different shapes and sizes with crews of between four and eight