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Scuba Diver Life
Jump in the water with some great whites and come away with a whole new appreciation for their beauty, grace, and profound place in this world.
Most of us will never get to see Antarctica first-hand, so we’ll have to rely on stunning images from videos like this one to satisfy us.
In just one minute, Jonathan Venn gives us an incredible view of Anilao, Philippines!
With patience and determination, as well as considerable skill on the part of the videographer, we’re all rewarded with this incredible look at some of the hard to find critters in Indonesia.
Some major tech divers spend an envious amount of time at Truk Lagoon and tell us all about it!
Sent by one of our followers, here’s a great look at the resident marine life on the Thermopylae in Sri Lanka.
Here’s your first intro into diving in Liberia. Mesmerizing fish, bold octopuses, vibrant corals, and more.
An old wreck, sunlit swimthroughs, and tons of fish help bring the Great Basses Reef to life in this short video by one of our followers.
Over 700 dives in this area in Croatia gave this filmmaker a lot to look at, as well as a lot to show us!
The dark world of this anglerfish is female dominated ,where tiny males hold onto females, feed through her, and offer the only thing they have in return.
Diving at Manta Point in Nusa Penida, Bali should mean a glorious encounter with graceful manta rays. Instead, as this diver filmed, it meant swimming in a sea of plastic pollution.
Imagine being on a dive in Monterey and seeing a gray whale appear out of nowhere. That’s exactly what happened to these divers.
Humpback whales are known to be protective, but this is the first time we’ve seen them protect a human.
When whales die, they become a feast for countless animals in the ocean. In this case, we get to witness some blue sharks getting their fill.
Some lucky divers got the encounter of a lifetime with very friendly wild dolphins in the Red Sea
Fourteen months of hope and hard work have led to the first-ever filming of a baby nautilus hatching for a team of researchers at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Ever have a fish get mad at you? What about a tiny cute one actually chasing you?