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4 things you can learn from nautical LEGO figures

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Lost seal poses with The Lifeboat Crew
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The Lifeboat Crew highlight the importance of diving equipment

Words by Sam Ross

Most of us are aware of the work the RNLI does, and now the charity has recruited some new smaller helpers to spread the word of safety at sea. The Lifeboat Crew twitter account is the idea of RNLI volunteer Simon Perks, who uses the LEGO figures to educate others on the valuable work of the RNLI.

Here we present five of the best images from Simon and his little guys, tweeting @thelifeboatcrew:

1.) **The Lifeboat Crew highlight the importance of diving equipment**

Wrapped in diving equipment, including a camera for crucial pictures beneath the depths, three members of the Lifeboat Crew warn scuba divers about the dangers of diving.

With the summer season approaching the Lifeboat Crew are keen to highlight the risks involved and the importance of respecting the water.

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