Shark Bay 🦈 Shark ark 🚢

While other areas grapple with keeping sharks away one man in Shark Bay on WA’s western-most coast, wants to create a shark haven. Leon Deschamps dreams of Shark Bay becoming a ‘shark ark’, where shark fishing is banned, and shark tourism is embraced. So one of the big things, I think that people need to […]

NEW PACIFIC VISIONS WING at The Long Beach Aquarium Tour | Theekholms

Hey guys in this video I’m going to take you through the new Pacific visions wing of the Aquarium of the Pacific here in Long Beach California this building costs fifty three million dollars who’s designed as a biomorphic structure that invokes the Pacific Ocean the entrance is a large room where the reefs and […]


If there ever was a fish worth talking about It’s all the various kinds of trout The native brook is a sight to see With that blood red color on its belly The orange red color of the brown trout Should make you wanna shout Have you ever seen beauty such as this In some […]

How listening to communities can help save our oceans | Vik Mohan | TEDxExeter

Translator: Riaki Poništ Reviewer: Ellen Maloney One of the greatest doctors of the 19th Century, Sir. William Osler famously said, “If you listen to your patient, they will tell you the diagnosis.” As a practicing doctor myself, I’m constantly reminded of the importance of listening. But I also work in marine conservation with coastal communities […]

Trout hatchery management: Trout stripping

Trout hatchery management: 01 Stripping trout Jeremy: Kia ora, ko Jeremy tēnei, ko Tim tēnei We’re Taupo fishery rangers for the Department of Conservation. We’re doing our stripping of trout today, to supply the children’s fish-out pond. Tim: There’s about 15,000 eggs roughly, and we’ll aim for about 6,500 fish that we will grade out […]

Catching BIG wels catfish in Chernobyl (with a HUGE tumor?!)

it’s yours you’re gonna fight oh my gosh oh my gosh oh my gosh Strike? What’s that? Is that a tumor? I’ve never seen anything like this before there’s something over there oh my gosh oh my gosh I got one! Whoa! Quite a butchery work now… The smaller one has been dragged to shore […]

Shark Tank’s Nohbo: Eco-Friendly Shampoo Balls

Plastic is everywhere. It’s in our homes, cars, places of work… But it’s also ending up in rivers, lakes, and oceans. Just one plastic bottle can take up to 1,000 years to decompose, so if we keep using plastic like we do today, generations of people after us will be stuck in a world full […]

How a fleet of wind-powered drones is changing our understanding of the ocean | Sebastien de Halleux

We know more about other planets than our own, and today, I want to show you a new type of robot designed to help us better understand our own planet. It belongs to a category known in the oceanographic community as an unmanned surface vehicle, or USV. And it uses no fuel. Instead, it relies […]

Connect to Nature: Help Save the Brook Trout

Have you read the Native American story about the brook trout? A long time ago, the brook trout did not have its spots. The great Manitou visited the land of the Iroquois. He grew hungry and stopped by a stream surrounded by huge white pines and hemlock. When he saw it was full of trout, […]