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Just Dive In for World Oceans Day


We know that most diving enthusiasts wish they could always be underwater, or even live there; but at some point we all have to face the world on dry land.


We know that most diving enthusiasts wish they could always be underwater, or even live there; but at some point we all have to face the world on dry land. So, while you're staring at the computer screen, waiting for 5:00pm to roll around, bring the underwater world to you. Just Dive in by downloading theblu app on your computer and experience the spectacular underwater world as you never have before. Explore global habitats online in 3D, as you would browse any other website, while learning about the oceans and its inhabitants. To download the app or for more information visit www.theblu.com or click here to view an informative video.

Next Friday, June 8, 2012, join theblu.com, OceanElders, and WildAid for an online, global celebration of World Oceans Day at www.theblu.com entitled, "If You Love the Ocean, Download It!" Click here for more information on the event.



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Did You Know?


Used aluminum beverage cans are the most recycled item in the U.S., but other types of aluminum, such as siding, gutters, car components, storm window frames, and lawn furniture can also be recycled.


Flying from Los Angeles to San Francisco, about 700 miles round-trip, could cost you more than 9,000 gallons of water, or enough for almost 2,000 average dishwasher loads.


Fast food packaging creates 1.7 million tons of trash every year in the form of boxes, plastic or paper bags and plastic forks.



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