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The ocean is an incredible place. Covering more than half of the world’s surface, we can’t even begin to fathom what is lurking under the surface. Isn’t it amazing to know that humanity knows more about what’s in outer space than what is in our oceans? It is home to billions of organisms, many of which we haven’t even...
The video below features a great white shark filmed in shallow waters. It has gone viral on the internet as of late, and rightfully so. We don't get to see such footage up close! It is really difficult to catch a great white shark in action. A diver called Dale Pearson and his friend caught this breathtaking moment in May....
Whale shark is the biggest species of fish in existence according to the Nature Conservancy. So it would be quite an experience meeting one of them during a diving expedition under water. In the clip, we can see a whale shark come up to one of the divers. The man expected it to just glide past him as they normally...
Marine life and ecosystems are incredible. It’s hard to believe that we know more about space than we do about the creatures that dwell in our oceans. Our oceans are home to billions of organisms. Some of them are quite scary, but some tend to be really cute! For instance, who has ever looked at an orca or a...
I have seen many rescue videos on the internet, but this one right here took my breath away. It is beautiful as well as touching. The dolphin featured in the clip below actually asked for help on its own. The diver was shocked, but he swam up to the dolphin as it showed him its wounded fin. Keller Laros was...
The ocean is a mysterious place. You never know what you will encounter when you are out there. More than 90 percent of it is yet to be explored, and sometimes, undiscovered creatures come and visit you out of nowhere. The scuba diving team featured below know exactly how surprising the deep sea can be. They were in the quiet...
Whales are one of the biggest animals on the planet. But despite their size, they are very gentle beings. They are not violent at all—most species survive simply on plankton found abundantly in the sea. They are peaceful beings, and do not deserve to go through anything bad. Sadly, the tons of debris and pollution we dump in the...