Scientists at Cape Town’s University of Stellenbosch, have developed a shark safe barrier, helping to preserve the so important predator for the oceans health. Sharksafe barrier with great white shark (by Craig O’Connell)
A fascinating documentary on Great White sharks identification and monitoring in Gansbaai, South Africa, by Dyer Island Conservation Trust. For info, the great white is a protected species in South Africa since 1991.
A divemaster found a GoPro 3 on the Zenobia wreck in Cyprus. The divemaster is working in a local dive shop. After he has uploaded this clip to Youtube, the camera owner came to take her camera back from his shop. Nice ending story 🙂
A short clip on Sarah Lee UW photo work in Hawaii, narrated and edited by Lyman Medeiros. See also her amazing “Kainos” movie.
A beautiful macro life movie by Khaled Sultani in one of the very best muck dive site in the world, with the most various macro life, in Lembeh Strait, Indonesia. You will see here various species of octopuses, squids, pygmy seahorses and many more amazing images …
Go Side Mount shows 16 divers diving a huge cave together for the first flash mob cave dive ever, to show the size of the beautiful cave. For info, the cave is located in Mexico on the Yucathan Peninsula named Nahoch Nachich, which is part of Sac Actun (Maya …
Submersible designer Graham Hawkes together with co-pilot Lee Behel are searching for whale song in the DeepFlight Super Falcon submersible. Using their hydrophones and their wits, the explorers are searchin the underwater Hawaii in an attempt to record whale song.
What an interesting way to scuba dive the Great Barrier Reef! You begin to skydive from a helicopter and then directly into the sea for scuba diving. This is called Scuba Skydiving! The filmmaking team: Gulliver Page, Pete Mether and Matt Hodges
A entangled whale shark has sought for help from three fishermen off the coast of Australia, near Sidney. The story dates from 2003 but the clip has only been released recently. The documentary is narrated by Mark Spencer with music and production support by Roger …
80% of the 6.5 millions of tons waste that are throwed into the sea each year is plastic. Beacause plastic bags look like jellyfish, turtles are swallowing them and dying soon after… Video by Fred di Girolamo See also “The Great Pacific Garbage“