1. Foiled by an octopus ...

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    from Lauren De Vos / Added

    A second test-run of our baited remote underwater video (BRUV) system in False Bay, Cape Town ... and this time, we are again visited by a thieving octopus! This project, funded by the Save our Seas Foundation, is run by the University of Cape Town and SAEON, and aims to develop a cost-effective, time-efficient underwater monitoring tool using BRUVs. For more information, visit my blog at www.saveourseas.com and search "False Bay BRUVs".

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    • Sea is Life

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      from Nino Del Duca / Added

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      Sea is Life ! Life originated in the oceans and from the oceans it draws its sustenance. The sea has always been rich with life, however this might not remain true for much longer...They need our help now ! We must put a stop to their destruction ! We must engage in a battle in its defense or this wonderful universe and consequently life itself will be lost.......The Oceans need our help ! This video is a collection of underwater images that should remind us of the beauty of the marine life...It's a collaboration between Nicolas Bulostin (Aqualise) and Nino Del Duca (Sharkman Video Productions). - Edited by Nino Del Duca (FCPX-DaVinci) - Filmed by Nino Del Duca and Andrey Pavlov (Canon C300, 5D MKIII, Sony A1) - The soundtrack has been taken from the song "SONAR" by AQUALISE, composed by N.Bulostin and S.Kalisperides Footage shot with Canon and Sony camcorders...Gates and Nauticam housings Copyright © 2014 Nino Del Duca - All Rights Reserved www.aqualise.com www.dive-club.com

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      • A Ray of Light

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        from Scarlet View Media / Added

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        www.scarletviewmedia.com See A Ray of Light II here - https://vimeo.com/110704343 "David's masterful portrait is so full of tenderness and empathy that one is instantly mesmerized by the guy's humanity and compassion, and by his selfless commitment to try and better protect the Sting Rays of Mallorca." "This is David Diley's coming out as a filmmaker." "...he is achieving the seemingly impossible with zero back-up and minimal resources, simply driven by his passion for marine conservation and the need to make a difference by telling a story. I say, if this is a taste of things to come, the man is in for a stellar career!" A short film about Brad Robertson, a passionate conservationist tirelessly working to maintain and grow a grassroots, community based project to help protect the Stingrays of Mallorca. This is the reality behind "spit and sawdust" conservation, there are no glossy marketing campaigns, no sexy photoshoots and most critically of all, no financial support, just Brad and his wife Bea, struggling against bureaucracy, apathy, crippling financial pressure and a lack of support from the people who could actually help. The economic crisis has had a devastating effect on Spain, a country which has cut funding to support the policing of its Marine Reserves by up to 80% and as a result, we see that without vigilant protection, a "Marine Reserve" is no more a haven for marine wildlife than any other stretch of unprotected coastline. So why does he bother? Because he's a diver, a diver who wants future generations to experience the kind of things he has in his twenty years underwater, the kind of incredible experience we see at the climax of the film, an experience which illustrates just how important Brad's work in Mallorca is. Additional footage by Brad Robertson www.ondineescape.com brad@ondineescape.com http://www.jovesnavegants.org/ http://officetoocean.blogspot.com

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        • Oceanic Revelations

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          from A COTTON PHOTO Creative Works / Added

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          A group of divers talk about their experiences after a week of diving with oceanic whitetip sharks, one of the most highly misunderstood species of shark. We'd like to extend a huge thank you to all the divers who contributed their time for these interviews and to Epic Diving for the experience of diving with these amazing sharks. Please support all action to protect, not only oceanic whitetip sharks, but all endangered species of sharks within our oceans. Healthy oceans need sharks. There are several organizations worldwide doing extraordinary work in marine conservation and shark conservation in particular. Please get involved today. Copyright: Amanda Cotton A COTTON PHOTO

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          • The Sperm Whales of Greece - "Life in the Trenches"

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            from Chris Johnson / Added

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            “The Sperm Whales of Greece – Life in the Trenches” documents a scientific expedition through Greece in search of the elusive and endangered Mediterranean Sperm Whale. We join Dr. Alexandros Frantzis of the Pelagos Cetacean Research Institute, onboard the R/V Nereis on a journey into the deepest trenches of the Mediterranean. In the Ionian Sea, we discover a socializing sperm whale family, and study their behavior as they welcome a newborn calf into the group. However, the future for this calf, and its family is uncertain. As their habitat deteriorates due to human pressures, what does the future hold for the most social of the great whales? A film by Chris & Genevieve Johnson - www.whaletrackers.com

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            • Turtle: The Incredible Journey - Trailer

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              from Save Our Seas Foundation / Added

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              Turtle: The Incredible Journey is the true story of a little loggerhead turtle, as she follows in the path of her ancestors on one of the most extraordinary voyages in the natural world. Coming to Cinemas worldwide this year.

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              • Feeding Frenzy-Manta Rays of the Maldives

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                from Save Our Seas Foundation / Added

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                The photo story Feeding Frenzy by Save Our Seas Foundation Chief Photographer Thomas P. Peschak appears in the July issue of National Geographic magazine. The 32 different language editions of the magazine introduces the manta rays of the Maldives and the pioneering research of Save Our Seas Foundation scientist Guy Stevens to more than 50 million readers. In recent news, the Maldivian government has proclaimed the research site, Hanifaru, a marine protected area which will aid in the conservation of these beautiful creatures.

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                • Disappearing Dolphins

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                  from Chris Johnson / Added

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                  Common dolphins were once abundant throughout the Mediterranean Sea. Today, they are declining rapidly, surviving only in portions of their former range. In western Greece, the sea around the island of Kalamos is their last stronghold, or at least it used to be. So why are the dolphins disappearing? We interview Giovanni Bearzi, the President of the Tethys Research Institute in Italy, and a Pew Fellow in Marine Conservation. Giovanni has been studying coastal dolphins in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea for two decades. What began as a study on the ecology and behavior of common dolphins around Kalamos, became a systematic record of their demise. Original Version (18 minutes) : www.whaletrackers.com/whales-mediterranean-sea/disappearing-dolphins/

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                  • James Morgan on the Coral Triangle

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                    James Morgan is a multi-award winning photographer & filmmaker who has worked in more than 70 countries across the globe. But he has a deep and abiding passion for the Coral Triangle, a place he keeps on coming back to. His coverage of the region reflects the wonders that he consistently discovers, but also the looming threats that face the area's ecosystems and the people that rely on them. This beautiful & poignant multimedia video reminds us what we all stand to lose if we do not change our ways. For www.thecoraltriangle.com Copyright: www.jamesmorgan.co.uk

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                    • Scary?

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                      from Save Our Seas Foundation / Added

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                      Think sharks are scary? Well, a world without sharks is far scarier.

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