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Octopuses are ocean creatures that are most famous for having eight arms and bulbous heads. Some other fun facts: They have three hearts and blue blood; they squirt ink to deter predators; and being boneless, they can squeeze into (or out of) tight spaces. They are quite intelligent and have been observed using tools.

Archaeologists have discovered 83 graves from ancient Egypt, but the human remains weren't interred in sarcophagi, as is often the case. Rather, the deceased were buried in clay coffins.

Dr. Khaled El-Enany, Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, announces the first archaeological discovery of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in the year 2020, at the Al-Ghoreifa area in Tuna El-Gabal archaeological site, at Minya Governorate, where the Egyptian archaeological mission, headed by Dr. Mustafa Waziri, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities succeeded to uncover several late period communal tombs of the high priests of god Djehuty and senior officials in the fifteenth Nome of Upper Egypt and its capital, Ashmunin.

The frogfish's scientific name is Antennariide. Frogfish are a favorite of scuba divers all over the world and we’re fortunate enough to have them in the Red Sea. These weird little creatures with a face only a mother could love have many strange adaptations that make it an incredibly efficient predator and some that make it just plain comical.

 Hello dive freaks,
I am Anneke van der Werff from Holland and a professional diver. Because I have a muscle disease, I have to use my wheelchair every day. I dive for many years with my friends from "Frogman Divers" in Hurghada Egypt. July 2019 I did my cave diving course in France. It is my intention to tell people with and without disabilities about the beauty of diving.