Marine Life

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.

“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
New Marine Protected Areas Proposed in Brazil

New Marine Protected Areas Proposed in Brazil

Brazil is about to make marine conservation history in the South Atlantic. With only 1.5% of its jurisdictional waters under protection, the Brazilian government has opened public comments on proposals to establish a mosaic of MPAs. Around the oceanic archipelagos of...

A Whale Of A Day! Feb 16, 2018, World Whale Day

A Whale Of A Day! Feb 16, 2018, World Whale Day

World Whale Day seeks to raise awareness on the continuing need to protect whales. The oceans’ most iconic mammals are threatened by human-related activities. (photo - Robert Frerck) entanglement in fishing gear (by-catch), climate change, ship strikes, toxic...

It’s Time to Raise the Reef!

It’s Time to Raise the Reef!

  Now, more than ever before, we need to stand together to save the world’s coral reefs. You can be part of the solution. Join Richard Vevers of hit Netflix documentary “Chasing Coral” at Raise the Reef 2018, Coral Restoration Foundation’s 6th Annual Gala.   At the...

Wikie the Orca: Can You Hear Me?

Wikie the Orca: Can You Hear Me?

It is very rare for mammals to be able to mimic sounds that they hear, although that ability has been observed in marine mammals like beluga whales and dolphins. Now researchers working with a killer whale at the Marineland Aquarium in Antibes, France have discovered...

Your Inner Fish on International Darwin Day

Your Inner Fish on International Darwin Day

The mission of the Darwin Foundation in sponsoring International Darwin Day is to inspire people to reflect and act on intellectual bravery, to be perpetually curious and nourish the hunger for truth and scientific thinking that was embodied by the life and work of...

Cormorant Dive Bombing Whale-Shark

Cormorant Dive Bombing Whale-Shark

We often hear of symbiotic relationships in the marine realm, clownfish living inside the poisonous tendrils of anemones is probably the most iconic, not to mention the most colorful and photographed. The clownfish has an immunity to the anemone’s toxins where-as...

World Wetlands Day, Feb. 2nd

World Wetlands Day, Feb. 2nd

Everyone should be commemorating World Wetland’s Day on Feb. 2nd, they are indispensable to a healthy environment! The reasons for preserving our wetlands are endless but here are some of the most critical: wetlands provide a vital habitat for thousands of animals,...

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