We love macro life, but the ocean’s biggest animals are awfully charismatic as well. Here are our five favorite big animals that you might see in the ocean.
Let’s be honest—some of the animals in the ocean are pretty wacky looking. Here’s our list of the top 10 weirdest underwater animals.
Macro diving in Lembeh Strait is unparalleled when it comes to looking for the weirdest and wackiest critters. Here are some of the stars of the show.
Sandy beaches, year-round sunshine, not a hint of humidity in the air, and sharks — sounds good to us. Here’s our beginner’s guide to Southern California sharks to get you started.
It’s not just about clear water and schooling fish, the macro life on the Great Barrier Reef is amazing too.
As the tide recedes on the Kona Coast, Hawaii tidepool marine life on the Big Island turns into miniature worlds, ripe for exploration.
Small but stunning, the harlequin shrimp is on many divers’ must-see lists. Here’s the nitty gritty on their lifestyle — and their creepy feeding habits.
Diving with giant oceanic manta rays sits high atop almost every diver’s bucket list. Here we’ll share some fun facts and answer some common questions about these exquisite animals.
Macro life in the Mergui Archipelago is abundant and diverse. Here’s the second of a two-part guide to the region’s tiny treasures
Macro life in the Mergui Archipelago is abundant and diverse. Here’s the first of a two-part guide to what you’ll see.
With so many crab species inhabiting the ocean, it’s impossible to highlight all of them. Here are a few facts about five of our favorites.
The sea cucumber may not be the most glamorous animal, but for as common as they are underwater, most divers know little about them.
One of the easiest sharks to identify underwater — thanks to its huge tail—the thresher shark is on many a bucket list. But why is that tail so long anyway?
Well-known for clear water and schooling fish, the macro life on the Great Barrier Reef is amazing too. Here are a few of our favorite critters to look for.
There are more than 800 known eel species, including both fresh- and saltwater species. Here’s a look at a few of our favorites.
Snorkeling with smooth hammerheads in the Azores takes patience, but the wait is worth it when these shy sharks come out to play.
Beneath the waves lies a wonderland — Southern California sea life inhabits a magical realm, including forests, canyons and caves. Here are some highlights.
A master of camouflage, there is much more to the scorpionfish than meets the eye.