One of the famour Red Sea Beagle Boys (aka masked pufferfish) invites you to explore the coral reefs and to introduce you to butterfly fish, octopusses, surgeon fish, damsel fish, giant clams, and many more!
Marine iguanas eat algae, they can function at a wide range of temperatures, they can dive for half an hour, and they only live on the Galapagos islands. If you want to know more, watch this Amocean OceanQuicky!
Sea stars and other echinoderms are no suckers. But they have suckers - at least most of them do. To walk, to grab and transport food towards the mouth, to build burrows, and to hold on to a substratum. But how do those suckers work? Learn the basics of the echinoderms' water vascular system.
Everything about oceans. Amocean is about educating on oceans - their inhabitants, their complexity - in short and long videos and articles. In times of keywords like climate change, ocean acidification, and biodiversity, we need basic knowledge on oceans, in order to understand and discuss. That is what Amocean tries to deliver!