It is important to respect the oceans when scuba diving to preserve marine biodiversity, maintain ecological balance, protect resources and dive sites for future generations.
Remember that it is our responsibility to respect and protect the ocean, and every small action can make a big difference.
If you touch or move it, you can damage or kill living organisms and disturb the ecological balance of the area.
Feeding marine life can disrupt their natural feeding patterns and cause them to become dependent on human-provided food. It can also lead to overpopulation and overcrowding.
Underwater animals need space to move around and breed safely. If you swim too close to them or chase them, you can scare them or cause physical damage.
Garbage and litter can be dangerous to marine wildlife and can also disrupt underwater ecosystems. It is important to pick up all the trash you can find and dispose of it in the appropriate bins.
Chemicals, such as mosquito repellents, sunscreens and cleaners, can be dangerous to marine life. It is important to use ecological and environmentally friendly products to avoid any harm to marine life.