Marvel at a unique fish that lives in the deep ocean, watch how an octopus blends in with its surroundings, or watch researchers as they witness a sponge breathing for the first time! These videos bring parts of the ocean seldom seen by the public straight to your computer!
Macropinna microstoma: A deep-sea fish with a transparent head and tubular eyes
Did you know sunflower sea stars could reach the size of manhole covers and have more than 20 arms? Watch this incredible animal glide across the sea floor in search of food! – Foundation Video courtesy Mark Shelley, Sea Studios Foundation.
Sea Sponge Feeding
Imagine you had no mouth and couldn’t move. How would you eat? Sponges are one of the ocean’s most fascinating creatures whose ability to feed has been a mystery to scientists until now. Dive into the world of this complex invertebrate and witness them feeding!. Video courtesy Mark Shelley, Sea Studios Foundation.
The Disappearing Octopus!
This amazing video shows how octopuses have the ability to camouflage themselves to blend in with their surroundings and trick potential predators! TED Talk by David Gallo.
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