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!