October 20, 2015

Marine Life of the Red Sea 
by Jerry Gordon, Webmaster of the Carantouan Greenway.

Jerry, who returned after living and working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for the last three Years, presented an interesting program about the Marine Life of the Red Sea.   He was working at the new, international start-up university – The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) to set up health and safety programs for the campus. During that time there, Jerry took up underwater photography while scuba diving the Red Sea – known as the best place to dive on the planet. The Red Sea is home to an abundance of marine life – rich coral gardens, reef fish, sharks, octopus, shrimp and other invertebrates … all seen in vivid colors in the clear waters of the Red Sea.

Jerry also brought his diving equipment for people to look at.

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