1. Roy Mulder UWVIDEO1


    from Roy Mulder Added 110 0 0

    Roy Mulder UWVIDEO1 is a promotional video showcasing some of the work we have done in the past. We have a wide selection of stock underwater video and still photos. Capable of shooting, editing and producing both above and the water, UWVIDEO1 can provide high quality images and audio.

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    • La magia de los delfines Almerienses


      from Equinac Asociación Added 706 1 0

      Ayúdanos a protegerles - entra en equinac.org y averigua cómo. Especies en el video: delfin común (Delphinus delphis) delfín listado (Stenella coeruleoalba) calderón común (Globicephala melas)

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      • Bottlenosed Dolphins bow riding near Mull


        from george Added 6 0 0

        ... just off the North West corner of Mull, Scotland. Video taken by Mandy

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        • Kimberley Whale Watching - Out of the blue


          from Kimberley Media Added

          Kimberley Whale Watching filmed a a friendly juvenile Humpback whale off Broome's Cable Beach. www.kimberleywhales.com.au

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          • The Coral Triangle: Nature's Greatest Secret - A Movable Feast Vimeo


            from APEX Environmental Added

            Nature’s Greatest Secret – The Coral Triangle A true sense of adventure, the grandeur of blue-chip cinematography, and the expertise of some of the world’s leading chroniclers of the marine environment join forces in this three-part landmark documentary series. Located deep in the volcanic central Indo-Pacific Ocean, the Coral Triangle is a region of unrivalled richness, beauty, and biological importance. Transported back to the romantic age of sailing in a traditional Indonesian schooner equipped with the latest diving equipment and state-of-the-art camera technology, we travel to the hidden and forgotten worlds above and below the waves, and discover the greatest concentration of marine life found anywhere in the world. The exploration and management of the Coral Triangle may well hold the key to the survival of marine species from all over the world that depend on its existence. The Coral Triangle is the major junction of three great oceans; a veritable highway for great ocean travellers, such as the leatherback turtle, whale sharks, and blue whales. Through the tracking and study of migrating marine mammals by Dr Benjamin Kahn, we follow the movements of these great whales to understand what draws them to this region, and why it is a critical path in their journey. While Dr Mark Meekan tracks his whale sharks from Australiaʼs Ningaloo Reef to the heart of the Coral Triangle, in a quest to find their undiscovered breeding grounds. Episodes: 1. A Deep Secret 2. A Moveable Feast 3. Paradise Under Pressure Journey into the central Indo-Pacific, to the epicentre of the world's marine biodiversity as we reveal why the Coral Triangle holds a vital key to the future of the oceans and of human sustainability. In the tropical seas of Southeast Asia is a triangular shaped area of such rich and vibrant marine life that scientists have named it an epicentre of global marine biodiversity. Encompassing thousands of tropical islands fringed with abundant coral reefs and crossed by surging ocean currents, the Coral Triangle is the "Eden of the Oceans", the "Nursery of the Seas". 120 million people depend on the bounty of the Coral Triangle for their survival. The people of the region are as diverse in culture, religion and language as the fauna of the oceans they are so intimately connected to. Pressures such as abject poverty and rapid economic growth are putting a heavy burden on the Coral Triangle biome. This is a place where ancient beliefs and indigenous ways of life are being tested by depleting fish stocks, floating plastic debris and the unknown future of climate change. For Schools and Universities: Natures Greatest Secret: The Coral Triangle is an amazing resource for the cross curricula themes of Sustainability and Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia. The films are appropriate for geography, social studies, environment and conservation studies, Earth and Biological Science, Asian Studies and Marine Studies. The study guide draws explicit links with The Australian Curriculum for Year 6 Science and Geography and Year 9 Science and Geography as these years have a particularly strong Asia focus. There are also activities for Senior Biology Unit 3, heredity and continuity of life.

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            • Dolphins off Pembrokeshire Coast - June 2014


              from David Powell Added 104 1 0

              This is a brief film recording several groups of dolphins encountered on a boat trip on the Cartlett Lady off the Pembrokeshire coast. The conditions were perfect, and several groups were spotted during a seven-hour trip. All filmed hand-held with a Panasonic GH4, with 96fps used for the slomo segments. Music courtesy of Lino Rise.

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              • Sister Whale


                from Rick Morris Added 157 5 0

                This is a short teaser film for my documentary about sperm whales on Dominica that was shot in March using a GoPro Hero 3+ Black for the underwater portions and a portion of the surface work as well... All of the content in this short was shot with the GoPro....

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                • Adopt a Dolphin 'The Movie'


                  from kirsten hintner Added 33 0 0

                  UK bottlenose dolphins are identified using Photo ID. Some are seen regularly in Cardigan Bay, West Wales so children adopt them and can visit and see their wild dolphin! This simple scheme raises funds for whale and dolphin conservation charity Sea Watch Foundation.

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                  • Orca Research Trust


                    from Tim Watters Added 90 4 0

                    A video I made through Fair Projects for Orca expert Dr. Ingrid Visser in 2012, using her many years of archived footage along with an interview that I conducted at her property in New Zealand. 'Born in New Zealand, Dr Visser remains the only researcher specializing in Orca in New Zealand waters. Her research officially began in 1992 when she embarked on her life-long dream to study the Orca. Since then she has worked with Orca not only around New Zealand, but also in the waters of Antarctica, Argentina and Papua New Guinea. Dedicated to protecting the Orca, Dr Visser believes in making science ‘consumable’ for the general public and as such she is often seen out in the community giving talks about these incredible apex predators.' To support Ingrids work, visit www.orcaresearch.org

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                    • Killer Whales, Surface-desktop


                      from OdyseeTV Added 37 0 0

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