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MANDATORY CREDIT: Genberg Art UW Ltd/Jesper Anhed/Rex Features. Only for use in story about 's work. Editorial Use Only. No stock, books, advertising or merchandising without photographer's permission Mandatory Credit: Photo by Genberg Art UW Ltd/Jesper Anhed/REX (3385081c) The Manta Underwater Room The Manta Underwater Room, off Pemba Island, Zanzibar - Nov 2013 *FULL CREDITS MUST BE USED* FULL COPY: http://www.rexfeatures.com/nanolink/ocri A hotel is offering a room for those wanting a deep sleep - underwater. Situated off the coast of the Pemba Island Manta Resort in Zanzibar, the Manta Underwater room literally lets you sleep with the fishes. The cosy sleeping area, which costs $1,500 a night, features a bed surrounded by windows allowing occupants to check out the sea life. The Swedish-engineered floating structure provides three levels: a landing deck, a rooftop lounging area and the undersea bedroom. The sea-level landing deck has a lounge area and bathroom facility, while a ladder leads up to the roof for sun worshipping by day and star-gazing at night.

Feb. 12, 2013 - London, England, United Kingdom - Aquarists at The Sea Life London hold an underwater funeral as they issue a warning about the potential fate of British marine life. The procession is lead by Aquarist Pete Williams in the shark reef display of The Sea Life London

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"Four Chinese men wearing diving equipment play mahjong underwater in a swimming pool in Changsha city, central Chinas Hunan province, 9 August 2013."

"A diver performs the hand ring in water during an underwater Olympics-themed event at Taizhou Ocean World in Taizhou city, east Chinas Zhejiang province, 26 July 2012. "

Maldivian Minister of Fisheries and Agriculture Ibrahim Didi, right, signs a document calling on all countries to cut down their carbon dioxide emissions ahead of a major U.N. climate change conference in December in Copenhagen, in Girifushi, Maldives, Saturday, Oct. 17, 2009. Government ministers in scuba gear held an underwater meeting of the Maldives' Cabinet to highlight the threat global warming poses to the lowest-lying nation on earth. Maldivian President Mohammed Nasheed led Saturday's meeting around a table on the sea floor, 20 feet (6 meters) below the surface, with ministers communicating using white boards and hand signals. (AP Photo/Mohammed Seeneen)

A model wears the South Korean traditional dress Hanbok, a creation by designer Park Sul-nyeo, during an underwater Hanbok fashion show in Seoul, South Korea, Sunday, Aug. 22, 2010. The underwater fashion show was held as part of a promotional event for a department store's new opening. It's the world first underwater Hanbok fashion show, they said. (AP Photo/ Lee Jin-man)

Exclusif - prix special - Malvina navigue sous les flots depuis vingt ans. Comme tous les peintres, sa quête est la lumière, mais pour elle c’est sous l’eau où elle est si particulière. Depuis 1992, où elle a fait l’expérience de respirer pour la première fois avec un détendeur en bouche, elle plonge et peint dans toutes les mers du monde, avec ses pastelles à l’huile et sa toile qu’elle tend sur un plexiglas, les beautés sous-marines. Des tombants, des roches, des champs de posidonies, des épaves, et des poissons bien sûr, Malvina ramène des eaux des tableaux qui témoignent d’un monde méconnu. De son atelier à Montreuil, elle a ramené quelques toiles afin d’exposer à Marseille au Pavillon M (du 22 au 27 octobre) puis d’enchaîner au Festival de l’image sous-marine (31 octobre au 3 novembre).  Entre Marseille et elle, c’est une longue histoire. C’est dans cette ville, aujourd’hui capitale européenne de la culture, que Malvina a appris à nager. Cette double exposition est un peu comme une récompense pour cette femme qui très jeune quitta les Beaux Arts et qui trente plus tard a réussit à obtenir le diplôme auprès de cette institution, en 2012, et à faire reconnaître la peinture subaquatique comme une discipline à part entière. Exclusif - For Germany call for price - Web with minimum fee Malvina, painter unders seas Malvina navigates under streams since twenty years. As all painters, her goal is the light, but for her it's under water where it is so particular. Since 1992, when she experienced to breath for the first time with a regulator in mouth, she dives and paints in all seas around the world, with oil pastels and a cloth which she stretches out submarine beauties on a plexiglas. Falling, rocks, fiels of posidoniae, remains, and fishes of course, Malvina brings back from seas paintings which testify of an unknown world. She brought back some paintings from her studio in Montreuil to display in Marseille at the Pavillon M (from 22nd to 27th october) and then moved

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UNDERWATER CONCERT BEGINS BAND'S WORLD RECORD BID A sea-shanty band performed under water in order to break the record for the number of concerts given in 24 hours. All male group, Fisherman's Friends' took to the water in an attempt to take part in 51 concerts in 24 hours - appropriately performing a rendition of 'When The Boat Comes in'. The Cornwall band, who recently won an award at the BBC Folk Awards, started their tour in Essex at an underwater concert and then took their sea shanties to the streets. The band, discovered in their local village of Port Issac bagged a seven-figure deal to be the face of Young's breaded fish in adverts to air February 14. Band member, Jon Cleave said: "We're taking an updated version of the 'When the Boat Comes In' song to bring to the streets to appeal to a new generation" Unfortunately four members of the band missed out on the first concert...as ironically they can't swim! England - February 2011 Supplied by WENN.com

In this Saturday, Oct. 19, 2013, photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau, two divers sculpt jack-o-lanterns during the Underwater Pumpkin Carving contest in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Key Largo, Fla. About 30 contestants competed in the offbeat event organized by the Amoray Dive Resort. (AP Photo/Florida Keys News Bureau, Bob Care)

A diver swims next to a fishing boat anchor from the last century in Historical Underwater Park in Mali Losinj July 23, 2014. The park features 11 different exponents, placed between 5 and 15 metres deep in the water, which testify the rich history of Losinj island and its region. Picture taken July 23, 2014.  REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

A diver takes a "selfie" with a replica of Apoxyomenos from the first or second century B.C. in Historical Underwater Park in Mali Losinj July 24, 2014. The park features 11 different exponents, placed between 5 and 15 metres deep in the water, which testify the rich history of Losinj island and its region.  REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

A diver swims next to Roman roof dating from second to third century A.C. in Historical Underwater Park in Mali Losinj July 23, 2014. The park features 11 different exponents, placed between 5 and 15 metres deep in the water, which testify the rich history of Losinj island and its region. Picture taken July 23, 2014.  REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)

A diver swims next to a replica of the Northern Adriatic amphoras in Historical Underwater Park in Mali Losinj July 24, 2014. The park features 11 different exponents, placed between 5 and 15 metres deep in the water, which testify the rich history of Losinj island and its region. REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

A diver swims next to a replica of the Venetian war cannon from the 17th-18th century in Historical Underwater Park in Mali Losinj July 23, 2014. The park features 11 different exponents, placed between 5 and 15 metres deep in the water, which testify the rich history of Losinj island and its region. Picture taken July 23, 2014.  REUTERS/Antonio Bronic (CROATIA - Tags: SOCIETY TRAVEL)