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Come join Greg Foot on a scientific adventure diving down into the deep dark ocean! Starting on the deck of the 'Baseline Explorer', you’ll be lifted out into the waves, you’ll be cleared to dive, then you'll break the surface and head down, further and further, until you reach the side of an underwater volcano 250m under the surface, in the Twilight Zone just off the coast of Bermuda! Your guide is Greg Foot - the Science Guy on Blue Peter and popular host of the YouTube Channel BBC Earth Lab [and lots of other stuff on YouTube, TV, Radio and Stage - More about Greg at www.gregfoot.com]. Greg’s drive was part of ocean charity Nekton's mission to deliver the XL Catlin Deep Ocean Survey. Nekton’s mission is to explore and research the ocean, the planet’s most critical, yet least explored, frontier. More info at www.nektonmission.org Huge thanks to Nekton, XL Catlin, Project Baseline, Triton Submersibles, Global Underwater Explorers and all the crew on the Baseline Explorer. Shot & edited by Greg Foot. Additional footage courtesy of Nekton / XL Catlin Deep Ocean Survey. Thanks also to Alex4D.
Some of our planet's most mysterious places seem to defy the laws of science. Here are some of such. ►https://www.instagram.com/eskifymedia/ ►https://twitter.com/EskifyMedia ►https://eskify.com ► https://www.facebook.com/EskifyMedia/ ►Subscribe ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtNdZrjjurSTFv-JgvQjssw ►Second channel ► https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCx58ZgF5V--kY4TJ37-rv-w The devil's kettle waterfall is believed by some to be a gateway to another universe or even to hell itself. The two streamed waterfall has baffled geologists for decades as no one can work out where the water flowing into the kettle leads. It's as if it simply disappears. But that's not the only mysterious water structure. In the amazon river is now known to be a boiling river hot enough to kill any creature to fall into it. It was thought nothing more than a myth until it's recent discovery and no one knows why the water is hot enough to boil. In India stands a small village known for having a high twin rate. It's obvious why the settlement is now known as twin town but less obvious why so many twins are born here. Suggested answers include the claim that government experiments secretly changed the genetics of locals decades ago. Perhaps the most mysterious location is the zone of silence in Mexico, a place known for magnetic phenomena and as a dead zone for radio. You will receive no radio signal while in the zone and don't expect your compass to be reliable. Also watch out for mutated animals or strange alien like figures - those are never a good sign.
Manta ray nurseries are among the least-studied marine settings on the planet, never before having been documented in the wild. Follow the ALUCIA team and a talented group of scientists and conservationists on their pioneering exploration of what has now become a legendary global hotspot for locating, tagging, and tracking mantas. Production Crew: Field Producer/2nd Camera: Ian Kellett Underwater Cinematographer: Ernie Kovacs Topside Cinematographer: Andy Maser Editor: Steve Evans Assistant Editor: Stephanie Crane Supervising Producer: Jennifer Hile Executive Producer: David Hamlin Creative Director: Mark Dalio #MantaRays #ScubaDiving #ScienceExploration #NatureVideography #DiscoverEarth #FilmProduction #NatureFootage
Transient killer whales beach a young dolphin. You will have to watch to see what happens next.
Vídeo com os melhores momentos da nossa terceira ida para Fernando de Noronha, Pernambuco. Quer dicas de hotéis, restaurantes, passeios e atrações da ilha? Acessa nosso blog: www.marcionomundo.com.br Agradecimento especial às empresas ATLANTIS DIVERS e SEA PARADISE FN
One of the most charismatic creatures in the sea, dolphins are incredibly important parts of our ocean ecosystem—yet they are also badly understudied and in increasing need of protection. Join Brazilian scientist Marcos Santos and the ALUCIA team as they dive the waters of Fernando De Noronha to study and track this critical species.