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Snorkeler Checked Out by a Great White

by Shelley Collett

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Giant Squid Captured on Camera

Giant Squid Captured on Camera

Imagine the shock at seeing a 12-foot long squid swimming around a harbor from a pier, as many lucky people did at Toyama Bay in central Japan this past Christmas Eve.

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Borneo from Below Episode 16: Baby Turtle Volcano

Who knew baby turtles could erupt like a volcano? In episode 16, Bertie witnesses the hatching and release of one of the sea turtle nests he helped relocate just a few months before.

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Octopus Attacks Shark And Swallows It

Unbelievable video of a Octopus attacking a shark and fully swallowing the shark! Normally, an octopus is a prey for the shark but as you can see in this video, the roles are reversed!

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Rolled By A Manta Ray

This curious manta ray surprises a manta ray researcher! The researcher was trying to collect a photo ID of the Manta, in order to help track and monitor populations.

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omura's whale

Omura’s Whale Filmed for the First Time Ever!

Just a little over a decade ago, scientists didn’t know the Omura’s whale even existed. Even after they used genetic samples to determine the animals are in fact their own species, the whale remained elusive–until now.

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Orca Throws a Seal 80 Feet Into the Air!

Watch as an orca throws a harbor seal 80 feet into the air!

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18 Years – A Story of a Broken Curse

This short film is about the day my manta curse finally ended.

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Humpback Whales Feeding | Must Watch!

If you love whales, you must watch this video clip!

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rob stewart

Autopsy Reveals Cause of Rob Stewart’s Death

The Canadian filmmaker and conservationist responsible for “Sharkwater,” Rob Stewart died while filming in the Florida Keys last January.
by Thomas Gronfeldt
SeaLife Introduces Super Macro Lens

SeaLife Introduces Super Macro Lens

SeaLife, maker of the new DC2000 underwater camera is introducing a new super-macro lens to help photographers nail those up-close shots of tiny organisms.
by Press Release
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Can Cartoons Change Peoples’ Misconceptions About Sharks?

Meet the shark activist who draws “Oh, Dakuwaqa!,” a series of cartoons that’s delighting scuba divers and scientists while helping change people’s misconceptions about sharks.
by Beth McCrea

Solomon Islands Second Annual Dive Fest 2017

The Solomon Islands is hosting its second annual dive fest in October in the WWII wreck- and coral-filled waters of the Western Province.
by Press Release