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The Sea Is Blue

A young girl falls overboard during a fishing expedition and experiences a meaningful undersea adventure in this stop motion animation: The Sea Is Blue by writer and director Vincent Peone. A myth about how the ocean ...

Climate Change 101 with Bill Nye + solutions great and small

What is climate change, what causes it, and how do we mitigate its effects? Bill Nye summarizes Climate Change 101 in concert with National Geographic's Climate Change issue and COP21, the December 2015 Paris Climate ...

Morske Orgulje – The Sea Organ in Zadar, Croatia

There is an unpredictable and beautiful-sounding Sea Organ, or Morske Orgulje, located on the edge of the Adriatic Sea in Zadar, Croatia. The 35 pipe ocean current instrument was built along the city's promenade in 20...

Why are there oyster shells in the ‘Chalk Pyramids’ of Kansas?

Fossilized oyster shells, coral, fish bones, shark teeth, and other marine organisms can be found in the 'Chalk Pyramids' or Monument Rocks that rise up from the flat plains of western Kansas. These ancient chalky spi...

Whales swim with a paddleboarder off the coast of Esperance

Take three minutes to fly over the crystal clear coast of Esperance in Western Australia to see two whales swimming near a paddleboarder. This drone footage was captured by Esperance local Jaimen Hudson, who went runn...

Surfing the ‘World’s Heaviest Waves’ – Teahupo’o, Tahiti by drone

Watch top surfers ride the French Polynesian waves just off the coast of Tahiti's Teahupo’o, reportedly pronounced 'cho-po' by surfers and 'tear-hoo-poh-oh' by locals. With massive swells, heavy boat traffic, and shar...

A vortex of bubbles twirls pufferfish as cold & warm waters collide

A vortex of bubbles forms like a lasso in the waters off the coast of Socorro Island, where cold California currents collide with warm equatorial waters. It's a seasonal phenomenon in Mexico's "little Galápagos", appr...

How do jellyfish sting?

Have you ever been stung by a jellyfish? From the huge Lion's mane jellyfish to tiny jellyfish larvae, jellies (which aren't actually fish) can accidentally sting ocean swimmers with their built-in defensive mechanism...

Gyrecraft – Transforming sea plastics into valuable objects

From Azusa Murakami and Alexander Groves of Studio Swine, this is Gyrecraft, a term that references the swirling gyres in which micro-plastics can be found, and scrimshaw craft, the now verboten pastime of whale tooth...

The Basics of Freshwater + Water, Water, Everywhere?

With around 326,000,000,000,000,000,000 gallons (326 million trillion gallons) of water on Earth, covering 71% of the Earth's surface, you'd think it would always be easy to find water we can drink. In fact, only arou...

This Jorunna sea slug looks like a tiny, fluffy “sea bunny”

Sea bunnies, sesame-coated snow rabbits, ゴマフビロードウミウシ or gomafu biroodo umiushi meaning black speckled velvet sea slugs... These Jorunna Parva sea slugs look like white fluffy bunnies and have been given a v...

SpaceX Crew Dragon Spacecraft – Pad Abort Test POV video

Blast off from zero to 100 mph in 1.2 seconds on SpaceX's Crew Dragon spacecraft during its May 6th Pad Abort Test. The test reached a maximum velocity of 345 mph before the trunk separated, the spacecraft's heat shie...

Underwater Bigeye trevally fish tornado in Baja California Sur

This underwater fish tornado appears to be a swarm of Bigeye trevally or Jureles in Cabo Pulmo Reef, Baja California Sur. It was filmed by Liquid Productions' underwater director, videographer, and photo instructor Be...

Antarctica by drone – Tour our 5th largest continent from above

Fly through ice formations and see the seemingly-endless landscapes in context of boats and people, from the huge icebergs extending down into the deep blue water, to the snow-covered mountains, to the whales swimming...

SpaceX’s Falcon 9 crashes & landings – Flights 14, 17, 20, & 23

After completing the launch of a cargo resupply mission to ISS for NASA, SpaceX attempted landing their Falcon 9 rocket on a drone ship. This April 14th Flight 17 video captures their second landing attempt on a float...

Four jellies that diffract rainbow light like iridescent spaceships

Monterey Bay Aquarium has a brilliant YouTube channel for viewing all sorts of beautiful and hard-to-believe creatures. A case in point: these four jellies. Above, The Lobed Comb Jelly, who looks like it's shimmering ...

Deep Look: From Drifter to Dynamo – The Story of Plankton

Mind-blowing fact: A massive group of single-celled algae called diatoms are considered champions of photosynthesis. Why? Diatoms are responsible for an estimated 20% to 40% -- maybe even 60% -- of the Earth's oxygen....

Gravity Glue: Balanced rock sculptures by Michael Grab

Michael Grab has been balancing rocks since 2008, and has since gone viral from what seems to be the gravity-defying nature of his balanced stone sculptures. In fact, Grab's meditative art works with gravity by slowly...

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