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…meanwhile…: Marine life in high magnification time lapse

Look very, very closely at Protoreaster linckii, Scolymia, Fungia, Trachyphyllia, Symphyllia, Euphyllia divisa wilde, a mix of Zoas and Alien eye zoas, and Tridacna maxima in this 2K and 5K mix of intense time lapse footage shot under ultraviolet light by Italian filmmaker Sandro Bocci: …meanwhile…

…Meanwhile… shows the world of marine animals like corals and starfish at high magnification and during long time span through the timelapse… This is an infinitesimal part of the wonderful world in which we live and of which we should take better care. A trip through a different perspective that would encourage reflection on the consequences of our actions on each scale of space and time. Enjoy the vision…

Related reading: AMNH on Fluorescent Corals, this LED vs ultraviolet LED light comparison, and The spectacular fluorescent colours of Coral Reefs.

More videos: Coral gardening and conservation, The Difference Between Bioluminescence and Fluorescence, Underwater time lapse can show the secret life of a coral reef, and, of course, Slow Life: Incredible macro video of fluorescing corals & sponges.


 
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