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Our long awaited Save Our Sharks white shark t-shirts are now available at: http://float.org/marinebio for this week only. Help us stay afloat and get yours today! 100% goes toward the MarineBio Conservation Society.
Rolling in the Deep – Komodo – Macro from Dustin Adamson
Everyone should watch this…. From the author of some of our favorites books: “Song for the Blue Ocean”, “Eye of the Albatross” and recently “Beyond Words: What Animals Think and Feel”, Dr. Carl Safina, President of The Safina Center at … Continue reading ?
Moises B. is an ichthyologist and Ph.D. Candidate working at the California Academy of Sciences. An ichthyologist is a fish biologist. His passion for ichthyology began at a young age when he used to snorkel in Panama, becoming really interested … Continue reading ?
Adventures aren’t only in storybooks — I live them in remote locations, surrounded by wildlife, where I try to unlock nature’s mysteries (and try to survive to tell the tale). Subscribe and join me — it’s time to get the … Continue reading ?
Celebrate World Oceans Day 2015 ~ Together we have the power to protect the ocean and all it’s marine life! Discover 101 ways you can help protect one the most valuable resources on our Planet with MarineBio: http://www.marinebio.org/oceans/conservation/local Photo Credit ~ … Continue reading ?
Racing Extinction Trailer – Screening at Earth Day Texas 2015 from Oceanic Preservation Society. Utilizing state-of-the-art equipment, Oscar®-winner Louie Psihoyos (The Cove) assembles a team of artists and activists intent on showing the world never-before-seen images that expose issues of … Continue reading ?
Science on Tap presents, Shark Night! featuring Dr. Demian Chapman from Alan Alda Center. Marine scientist, Dr. Demian Chapman, discusses how the illegal shark fin trade is harming sharks and the health of the oceans. He shares his experiences tagging … Continue reading ?
Hawaiian Monk Seal meets Manta Rays from Manta Ray Advocates Hawaii. “Waimanu – a Hawaiian Monk seal – was seen at the Manta Ray Night Dive a few times over the past few weeks, but always on the dark outskirts. Last … Continue readi...
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From our friends at the Gili Shark Foundation: Indonesia is the largest exporter of shark fins in the world. There is no current (or planned) legislation for the protection of reef sharks in Indonesia and CITES Appendix II (which only covers … Continue reading ?
Happy World Oceans Day 2014! ~ Together we have the power to protect the Ocean and all it’s marine life. Join the MarineBio Conservation Society ~ Donate to the MarineBio Conservation Society Discover 101+ ways you can help protect one … Continue reading ?
There’s World Turtle Day (May 23) then there’s World SEA Turtle Day, which is today! Why is June 16th World Sea Turtle Day? It is the birthday of Dr. Archie Carr who is widely known as “the father of sea turtle biology.” ??? Continue reading ?
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama is looking to create the largest marine preserve in the world by protecting a massive stretch of the Pacific Ocean from drilling, fishing and other actions that could threaten wildlife, the White House said. … Continue reading ?
“DISRUPTION” – a film by KELLY NYKS & JARED P. SCOTT from Watch Disruption. Join the Peoples Climate March, September 21st @ peoplesclimate.org.
This is a highlight reel mostly from two weeks of diving in southern Sudan aboard the Don Questo live-aboard, with supplementary footage from Saudi Arabia. The central Red Sea (southern Sudan in particular) is a truly fantastic place, home to … Continue reading ?
From Carl Sagan to all of us here, on Planet Ocean, the Pale Blue Dot… by Reid Gower and The Sagan Series.
Deep-sea octopuses like this amazing one in the genus Grimpoteuthis (~17 species) are sadly nicknamed “dumbo octopuses” (after the Disney character) and are generally poorly understood because they live so deep at ~3,000-4,000 m (the average ocean depth is 3,790 m). They … Continue reading ?