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Diving Browning Pass

Listed under Diving in British Columbia, Canada.

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Mild currents wash additional nutrients into this pass creating an abundance of wild life and coral. There is a wreck nearby which has become home to wolf eels and several deep drop off walls.

Queen Charlotte Strait supports one of the earths highest concentrations of marine mammals. Orcas, sea lions, several kinds of porpoise, seals and during their migration periods Humpback and Minke whales.

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