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Borneo From Below: Episode 22 – Death by Plastic – Nine Pounds Found Inside Pilot Whale

With an estimated 269,000 tons of the stuff floating in our oceans, plastic pollution is one of the most pressing environmental concerns of today.

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Borneo From Below: Episode 25 – Last Stand of the Seahorse

This Borneo from Below conservation special looks at these unique little characters and some of the threats they face.

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Borneo From Below Episode 13: Turtle Rodeo

Dr. Pilcher uses a technique known as ‘turtle wrangling’ to help save turtle populations around Asia.

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Borneo from Below Episode 11: Corals in Crisis

Bertie travels to Pom Pom Island to see how one organization is fighting back against coral threats.

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The Ugly Journey Of Our Trash

An absolutely staggering 250 million metric tons of plastic could find its way into the ocean in the next 10 years.

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GoPro: Manta Ray Rescue

Check out the latest GoPro edit, where Jane Headley and her husband save an entangled Manta Ray on their scuba trip in the Philippines.

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Manatees Rescued From Florida Storm Drain

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Orca Rescue in 4K with GoPro

Orcas, also known as Killer Whales, are the largest member of the dolphin family and sometimes called the King of the Ocean.

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