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The Discus Fish, a beautiful and magnificent fish often found in aquariums the world over. It is native to the Amazon river basin in South America. The image above is a color sketch made with Topaz and Photoshop. It’s viewed … Continue reading
A beautiful paining depicting an underwater coral reef scene.
Painting of a Sailfish leaping over the ocean at sunset.
Shark Week has come and gone, but they remain one of the most interesting marine animals to many. Here are two quick Shark bits (or bites?) on the Barracuda and the Great White. Beware the Barracuda The Barracuda Fish is … Continue reading
There’s been so much misinformation spread about the impact of the terrible Fukushima Disaster on the coast of Japan. Fortunately, Kim Martini of Deep Sea News put together a detailed account of what actually happened there along with a factual … Continue reading
Amazing and stunning footage captured with a GoPro HD Hero camera. This was captured by a fisherman who left the camera submerged underwater and towed it behind his boat on his return trip home near Santa Cruz, CA. If you … Continue reading
“I have invented a method to clean up almost half of the great Pacific’s garbage patch in just 10 years, using the currents to my advantage.” Boyan Slat first presented his ideas during a TEDx Talk in Delft, which has … Continue reading
…courtesy of MarineBio: Sharks bite roughly 70 people each year worldwide, with perhaps 6-10 fatalities, according to data compiled in the International Shark Attack File (ISAF). This is far less than the number of people injured each year by elephants, bees, … Continue reading
The Pacific Ocean is the best instance of marine biodiversity in this world with its vibrant population of whales, sharks and fish. That’s why it’s very important conserve this varied marine life through education. The best place to begin with … Continue reading