Red Tide, Blue Tide: Bioluminescence In The Ocean

Red Tide Bioluminescence Sparkling Coast

Source: Phil Hart

Red tides, which often contain harmful algal blooms (HABs), are caused by chemical reactions that occur between algae and other substances. Red by day, blue by night, this colorful ocean phenomenon is a relatively rare natural occurrence that has spawned a number of imitations in movies and literature, the most recent example being a rather striking scene in the visually-driven movie Life of Pi.

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A Wealth Of Life Beneath The Sea

Shot with a RED One camera and Nikon lenses, the stunning sights featured in this video are from Maldives, Alaska, California, Cocos Island Costa Rica and Mexico.

Surfing The Pristine Waves Of Fiji

The first settlements in Fiji were started by voyaging traders and settlers from the west about 5000 years ago, and today some of its finest voyagers do so via surfboards.

Ten Amazing Facts About Ocean Animals

With over 72% of the Earth’s surface covered by salt water, the Earth’s oceans are home to 230,000 known species. And that’s with only 5% of the Earth’s oceans considered explored! In celebration of the vast unknown of the ocean, we present our favorite amazing facts about ocean animals:

Amazing Ocean Animal Facts Jellyfish

Amazing Facts About Ocean Animals Electric Eels

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