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Water Born. Episode One. Wreckage: An Enemy is Born.

The project’s ultimate mission is to re-inspire its audience, by using creative, out-of-the-box style filming, to create an appreciation and excitement for 73% of the planet ocean.

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Rolling in the Deep – Komodo – Macro

Another installment of the ‘Rolling in the Deep’ series focuses on the smaller critters of Komodo, Indonesia.

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Official Water Born Trailer

Water Born is a new and unique web series which takes world-renown freedivers on a journey of travel and adventure exploring underwater destinations.

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Location Scouting in the Cenotes.

Check out teaser two from Water Born. In this teaser we take a look at the footage shot during the location scouting for the series. We are getting excited!

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Water Born. Teaser One.

Water Born is a new and unique web series which takes world-renown freedivers on a journey of travel and adventure exploring underwater destinations.

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World First – Woman Dances with Tiger Sharks

Diving head first into the battle to make a profound statement in opposition to her government’s shark cull philosophy and more broadly in response to the global slaughter of sharks, we conceived the vision of “Tigress Shark”.

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Slow Life

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Nudibranchs of Anilao

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New stuff

Swimwear Recycled from the Sea

Fourth Element introduces OceanPositive 2017 swimwear collection, made from recycled ghost fishing nets.
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The Wakatobi Resort Conservation Model

Wakatobi Resort in Sulawesi, Indonesia, is dedicated to preserving the marine environment with the buy-in and participation of locals.
by Guest Author
Danish submarine

Journalist Missing When Danish Submarine Sinks

A journalist is missing as one of the world’s few privately-owned submarines sinks in Denmark
by Thomas Gronfeldt
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