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  • Darwins Dream Galapagos Islands

    Darwin’s Dream – Galapagos islands

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    Another so emotional clip from Dustin Adamson, this time on this incredible part of the planet Earth, which is so close to my heart. Dustin shows here a great selection of what you can see in the Galapagos above and below the sea level. A …

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  • Drone Over Dolphins And Whales O

    Drone Over Dolphins and Whales Pods off Dana Point, California

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    Captain Dave Anderson of Capt. Dave’s Dolphin and Whale Safari in Dana Point, California shows in this stunning clip, that the underwater beauties are also sometimes wonderful from above the sea level. Anderson, who’s company is specialized in whale watching, has used a drone with a …

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  • Captain Paul Watson On Dolphin S

    Captain Paul Watson on Dolphin Slaughter

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    Captain Paul Watson, founder of the Sea Shepherd, talks about the slaughter of marine mammals in places like the dolphins of Taiji, Japan, and what his conservation society is doing to counter this.

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  • Pink Dolphins image of the day in The Telegraph

    Pink Dolphins Image of the Day in the British Telegraph

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    My well known pink dolphins picture (aka Boto or Inia Geofrensis) was published as picture of the day, on December 19th, in The Telegraph newspaper website in the UK here

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  • Islas Revillagigedos

    Islas Revillagigedos – Incredible!

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    Revillagigedos Islands are in the the southern tip of the Baja California peninsula, in Mexico. They are well known for their unique eco-system. Globaldivemedia.com  has mounted this footage on a music created by Ingacio Nunez. It’s a wonderful ballet of dolphins, manta rays, jack fishes, different species …

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  • French Polynesia Below The Surface

    French Polynesia Below the Surface

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    Paul Cangemi has nicely put together a collection of footage shot during his dives in French Polynesia. The short clip gives a good idea of all that can be seen there. Only wide-angle subjects and in large quantity, worst to see! I can’t wait to …

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  • Kids Ocean Day In Hong Kong

    Kids Ocean Day in Hong Kong Bring the Shark Back to Life

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    1000 Hong Kong kids, teachers, and volunteers call for shark conservation by forming a giant shark with a severed fin saying ‘Save Me’ in Chinese (救我). The children then re-attached the fin, dotted the eye, ‘rekindling its spirit,’ and brought the shark back to life …

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  • New species of dolphin discovered off North Australia

    New Dolphin Species Discovered off Australian Coast

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    Scientists were surprised and happy to have discovered a new species of humpback dolphin off the northern Australian coast. The species remind a little bit the pink dolphins of the Amazon, with their melon shaped head. It doesn’t even have a name yet. More info …

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  • The Marine Big Five South Africa

    The Marine Big Five – South Africa

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    By Candice Lombard – Gansbaai Explore Community Manager   When visiting Africa, seeing the Big Five is always at the top of everyone’s list and often the number one reason why most travellers venture to our unforgettable and untamed continent. But heading towards the southern …

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  • Freediving With Dolphins

    Freediving with Dolphins

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    Free-divers Eusebio and Christina Saenz de Santamaria are filming themselves while free-diving with a pod of 60 Spinner Dolphins in Kealakekua Bay in Hawaii. Filmed with with Nikon D7000 and GoPro

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