This is some of the awesomest footage I’ve seen in a while. Wait for the backflip near the end of the clip! This is in the Sea of Cortez and narrated by David Tennant. This clip is from the BBC YouTube channel. A new program that looks spectacular called EarthFlight, which start December 29th on . . . → Read More: A Pelican’s Eye View of Leaping Devil Rays
Now that the holiday season is over for many of us and all the wrapping and boxes and packaging is stowed away or thrown in the trash, think about where it all goes. Nothing just stays in a land fill forever. Out of sight is never out of mind. Plastic Shores is a new film . . . → Read More: Where Do All Your Tinsel And Trappings Go After Christmas?
A little sentimental, but hey its Christmas time. The Tank Bangers donates proceeds of buying this song to the various groups shown at 5:40 in the video. While I do not support all those groups personally, I would like to add Oceana and The Coral Reef Alliance as conservation groups who have a high . . . → Read More: TGIF – Our Blue (The Tank Bangers)
5 minutes of tunicate facts courtesy of the Bocas Research Station in Panama!
Hat tip DSN YouTube archivist Chris M. I love the ominously dramatic music as they bury themselves in the mud while getting it on.
From Wood’s Hole Oceanographic Institute YouTube Channel.
“When we do more to preserve our marine resources and wildlife habitats, we have a firm foundation to provide better access for all people to enjoy our beautiful Gulf of Mexico.” These words were penned by former First Lady of the United States, Laura Bush, in a well-written and moving letter in the Houston Chronicle. . . . → Read More: Laura Bush, Advocate for the Gulf of Mexico
h/t to @boraz for this stunning example of the mimic octopus mating! The video was filmed just this last November in Indonesia.
From BBC Earth Youtube page: Phillipe Coustaeau and the team dive in the Red Sea, one of the warmest seas in the world. Despite the warm temperatures, coral reefs flourish with their flourescent pigmentation putting on an amazing show of technicolour. Fantastic clip taken from the BBC Oceans series. Visit http://www.bbcearth.com for all the . . . → Read More: TGIF – Underwater Fluorescent Disco