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Collection An Ode to Our Oceans

Oceans cover over 71% of our planet, and yet we have only explored a tiny fraction of them. From coral reefs to the deep sea, our oceans are full of wonder and are key to the survival of our planet. Take a dip into some of our favorite pieces exploring the marvels and mysteries of our oceans, and you can’t help but feel inspired.

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How Whale Snot is Saving an Ocean Near You!

Whale biologists at the Ocean Alliance are pioneering a new, non-invasive way to study whales using drones that allows scientists to observe whales like never before. These insights are giving us a glimpse into the lives of the largest creatures to ever live, and helping us understand how to better protect the oceans that they call home and we depend on.
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How the “Kraken” Was Caught On Film! (Twice!)

How is it that one of the world's largest animals still remains a mystery? In an original interview with our head writer Samantha Burns, marine biologist Dr. Nathan J. Robinson chronicles the day he captured real-life footage of a legendary creature that has been the scuttlebutt of sailors for centuries—and how we could do it next!
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Learning Life’s Gentle Lessons with the Seahorse Whisperer!

Can observing the gentle ways of a graceful sea creature actually make you a better person? Rog Hanson is known as the Seahorse Whisperer, and you don't end up with a title like that for no reason! We're diving in with him to discover how we can all grow as humans from one of nature's most elusive miracles.
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How TurtleCams are Enlisting Turtles to Protect their Ocean!

Do you remember the viral video of the sea turtle with a straw stuck in its nose? It changed the way many people saw our ocean plastic problem. And now, the scientists behind that video are keeping the positive momentum going—this time turning to the turtles themselves for footage of how we can help make a difference!
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