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

What’s for Dinner? Not Lionfish Again!

What’s for Dinner? Not Lionfish Again!

Indigenous to Indo-Pacific waters, Lionfish have invaded the Atlantic, crossed the Gulf of Mexico and spread throughout the Caribbean. With their graceful fins and venomous spines they are both beautiful and tough, they can be found in waters from the surface down to...

Microfiber Pollution from THE STORY OF STUFF

Microfiber Pollution from THE STORY OF STUFF

Just in is this Press Release from our good friend and ocean ally Stiv Wilson at the Story of Stuff Project. We have been reporting on Stiv's good work in getting plastic microbeads banned, and you can read about his 2015 Blue Ocean Summit interview. Now Stiv is using...

Shark-A-Thon: Latest News & Gossip on Sharks

Shark-A-Thon: Latest News & Gossip on Sharks

I'm still trying to recover from the loss of Rob Stewart and I'm reminded of all the energy and passion he poured into his protection of sharks. So in honor of Rob we're going to do a shark-a-thon of all the recent stories on sharks, especially those that show that...

Save This Beach for Endangered Sea Turtles

Save This Beach for Endangered Sea Turtles

Your Blue Ocean community is truly worldwide and today we are reaching out to our Ocean Tribe to bring a petition from Suriname in South America to your attention. We hope you will consider it. At stake is the Braamspunt Beach which is an important site used by...

We Protect What We Understand – Jean-Michel Cousteau

We Protect What We Understand – Jean-Michel Cousteau

“protect the Ocean and you protect yourself” ~ Jean-Michel Costeau The name “Cousteau” has become synonymous with the ocean, as Jacques Yves Cousteau's legacy has been carried on by his family. His son, Jean-Michel Cousteau, believes that the key to creating a more...

Fifty Shades of Blue, A Valentine From The Deep

Fifty Shades of Blue, A Valentine From The Deep

Happy Valentine's Day to all Ocean Lovers. Have we got some risque stories for you, care of our friends from the deep! First, the cute stuff. The racy comes later! Make sure to read to the end. The Ocean Conservancy celebrates this day by highlighting some very...

Resilient Marine Ecosystems – Hope Spots

Resilient Marine Ecosystems – Hope Spots

We are all aware of the massive, negative affects that global warming and climate change are wreaking on our Ocean Environment. Coral Bleaching events like the massive loss of coral reefs on the Great Barrier Reef in 2016 (see 2016 the Hottest Year in Recorded...

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