An amazing “must see” movie clip by Blue Planet, on coral spawning. Shows nicely and live how coral reefs are created.
Free diver Tanya Streeter holds her breath for above six minutes. She’s working on a shark therapy.
Brian Skerry, one of the very few National Geographic underwater photographers, explain here about the making of this amazing picture of a whale facing a diver standing on the seabed.
William Trubridge broke in 2009, the world record in unasisted free-diving with no fins with a dive to 88m (288ft) in 3 minutes 30 seconds.
An exceptional movie, which is changing the view we have on the world. Yann Arthus-Bertrand is a well known French photographer, journalist, reporter and environmentalist. He has accomplished numerous amazing projects. Pictures of the earth from the sky was one of them. “Home” is a state-of-the-art “must …
Jacques Cousteau was a pioneer and here’s a representative mix of footage coming out of “The Cousteau Odyssey” series which was a source of inspiration for many divers and underwater photographers.
A very rare living fossil shark was found in Japan’s sea. After scientifics took it out of the ocean to a confined space, it died, so only a very few info has been collected on this scpecies when it was alive.
The East Australian Humpback Whales filmed while singing, by “The Oceania Project”, an independent, non-profit research organization founded in 1988 and dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales, dolphins and the oceans.
A weird boat looking and jumping like a dolphin. Must be funny!