Why Megalodon (Definitely) Went Extinct

About 8 million years ago, a little baleen whale was swimming in the warm coastal waters of Peru. It was only about 3 or 4 meters long, about the size of a Beluga whale, and while it filtered mouthfuls of plankton-rich water, it was unaware that just below it swam a predator. Like the great […]

How Do Fish Talk To Each Other?

Fish have been found singing off the coast of Australia. A belated Prince tribute, you ask? Well, no, not exactly. Hey guys, Natalia here for DNews today. The morning rooster has met its underwater match. Scientists have studied fish since the days of Aristotle, analyzing their body language and vocal behavior, but recent recordings off […]

What Happens To Fish During A Hurricane

(thunder booms) – [Narrator] Normally when a hurricane is barrelling towards us, we tend to run the other way. But not Isla, she’s a leatherback turtle who was meandering off the coast of Virginia when she accidentally swam straight into Hurricane Florence. Scientists were worried she’d get caught up in the middle of the storm, […]

Swimming with Whale Sharks: The Biggest Fish in the Sea

So we’re here in Cancun, Mexico ready to head out on the boat and go swim with whale sharks. I hope we see lots of them, I’m ready for it. We’re here! When they say go go go, jump now, don’t hesitate because you’ll miss them, they swim fast. Going in, good to go, Whale […]

Discovering Dolphins | What Sam Sees

Inside The Tanks (Full Documentary)

For decades, marine captivity has been one of the most profitable industries in the tourism sector, bringing millions of people around the world to watch these animals jump, splash and play. But in recent years, a much darker side to the industry has come to light. And whilst many of the marine parks are thousands […]

海遊館 Osaka Kaiyukan Aquarium Tour! | One Of Japan’s Most Spectacular Aquariums

Hello everyone. It’s BonBon here and welcome back to my channel. As you may or not know, I recently went to Osaka. I already came back for a while now but I had a test to study for and yeah… Anyways I had the chance to visit the Osaka Kaiyukan aquarium which is well known […]

“We are chasing the last of the big fish” | Interview with fisheries scientist Daniel Pauly

The way we interact with the ocean, and with the world, is insane because we behave as if we had another planet, and we don’t. My name is Daniel Pauly, I’m a professor of fisheries at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. I think the biggest change in the ocean has happened already, […]