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Freediving in the Philippines

What happens to the human body in deep waters on one breath? Writer Fruhlein Econar and freediver Tara Abrina tell us about the science behind freediving and its potential to contribute to low-impact tourism.

What happens to the human body in deep waters on one breath? Writer Fruhlein Econar and freediver Tara Abrina tell us about the science behind freediving and its potential to contribute to low-impact tourism.

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