Marine Life

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Marine Life

One of the things we’re very excited about is the opportunity to showcase images from the world’s best underwater photographers and filmmakers shot in locations around the world.

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We are tied to the ocean. And when we go back to the sea, whether it is to sail or to watch—we are going back from whence we came.
John F. Kennedy

Wonders of the Sea 3D Coming to a Theater Near You

Wonders of the Sea 3D Coming to a Theater Near You

Arnold Schwarzenegger and Jean-Michel Cousteau have teamed up to bring you Wonders of the Sea, an inspiring 85 minute underwater documentary. Wonders of the Sea follows famed filmmaker Jean-Michel Cousteau and his children Celine and Fabien on a voyage of unknown,...

The Effects of Global Warming on Marine Migrations

The Effects of Global Warming on Marine Migrations

Weather that brings stronger and more frequent hurricanes, cyclones and droughts is not the only thing that is being altered by climate change. As ocean temperatures rise the we are seeing the effects of global warming on marine migrations.   Marine Species on the...

Christine Figgener Is Striving to End the Age of Plastic

Christine Figgener Is Striving to End the Age of Plastic

In August 2015, off the coast of Costa Rica, with a simple act of compassion, Christine Figgener alerted the world to the crisis of plastic pollution. The 34-year-old marine biologist sited a sea turtle with what appeared to be a parasitic worm in its nose. Upon...

The Amazing Diversity and Beauty of Jellyfish

The Amazing Diversity and Beauty of Jellyfish

“Scary, squishy, cool, brainless, mesmerizing – jellyfish are all of these and a lot more,” writes Elizabeth Kolbert as she describes the amazing diversity and beauty of jellyfish in the Oct. 2018 issue of National Geographic. For anyone that has ever been entranced...

The World Loves a Dumbo Octopus

The World Loves a Dumbo Octopus

At first it seemed to be no more than a ghostly white shadow, slowly drifting thru the inky black waters two miles below the ocean surface.  Propelled by its softly rippling mantle, it slowly revealed itself to the lights and cameras of a remotely operated...

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