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  • Sharks Discovered Inside Underwa

    Sharks Discovered Inside Underwater Volcano

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    Ocean engineer Brennan Phillips led a team to the remote Solomon Islands in search of hydrothermal activity. During their research, they found shark activity in a submarine volcano called Kavachi. A deep-sea camera filmed into the crater and revealed hammerheads and silky sharks living inside, …

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  • Andrea Marshall Queen Of The Manta Rays

    Andrea Marshall: Queen of the Manta Rays

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    Mysteries surrounding the giant manta rays can now be solved, thanks to National Geographic Emerging Explorer research of 2013. Andrea Marshal, Ocean Conservation Biologist explains how manta rays have been tagged and followed to better understand their way of life, the way they travel and the depth they …

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  • Finding Atlantis

    Finding Atlantis

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    This documentary, produced by National Geographic, follows a team looking after the legend of the lost city of Atlantis, which, if we believe some theories. was located in Southwestern Spain.

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  • Huge School Of Mobula Rays

    Huge School of Mobula Rays

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    In this National Geographic clip filmed one year ago, we can see a huge school of mobula rays swimming and jumping off the Baja California coast. Isn’t that moving?

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    Sea Nettle Jellyfish Birth

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    Another stunning clip from National Geographic showing some sea nettle jellyfish birth, them showing them as adults.

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    SharkTalks – David Doubilet – “Photography: The Language of Conservation”

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    David Doubilet, one of the pioneers of modern underwater photography and the most well known in the profession, held the first talk out of eight in an interdisciplinary symposium on shark and marine conservation, organized by the Shark Stanley team from the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental studies, last February 15th. This …

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  • Meeting the Coelacanth, a living fossil

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    Divers off the coast of South Africa came face to face with a “Living Fossil”, the Coelacanth (from Latin Cœlacanthus “hollow spine”). This 400 million years old species was thought to have disappeared 65 million of years ago but it has been discovered alive in 1938. The discovery shook the scientific …

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    Hermit Crab vs. Conch

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    James Cameron Deepest Dive – First Attempt in Over 50 Years

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    Filmmaker James Cameron has dived in a specially designed submarine to the deepest point on earth, the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean. No one has attempted such a dive since Lt. Jacques Piccard and Don Walsh in the bathyscaphe “Trieste”, in 1960. Long Way Down to Mariana Trench

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    National Geographic Complete Photography book

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    One stingray picture shot in Fernando de Noronha in the National Geographic Complete Photography book‘s underwater photography section, published in summer 2011

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