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BREEF CELEBRATES PADI WOMEN’S DIVE DAY

Left to right -Crystal Darling, Antonia Ferguson, Nadia Pinder-Morris, Mallory Raphael, Channing Thomas, Crashonda Roye and Casuarina Mckinney-Lambert, In front – Allison Longley, Kaitlyn Archer, Linzi Benton-Knowles

PADI Women’s Dive Day begun six years ago and has grown to be the largest single day of diving in the world. This year BREEF celebrated PADI Women’s Dive Day with a dive and snorkel at the world-renown BREEF Sir Nicholas Nuttall Coral Reef Sculpture Garden. A variety of women and girls in science were present including Crystal Darling, a journalist who has a keen interest in marine science, Mermaid Linzi, an ocean activist as well as BREEF Young reporters and new BESS Scholars.

The day was filled with laughter and inspiration as the girls got to meet and network with science journalists, conservationists and BREEF Staff.
Check out this ZNS story to view highlights from this special day.

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