1. dynamicoceans:

Nudibranch Photo by PacificKlaus on Flickr.

    dynamicoceans:

    Nudibranch Photo by PacificKlaus on Flickr.

  2. lifeunderthewaves:

Jellyfish.

    lifeunderthewaves:

    Jellyfish.

  3. Credit: marinemammalblog:

Bottlenose Dolphins Playing In The Surf by Photo by Leading_Out on Flickr.

    Credit: marinemammalblog:

    Bottlenose Dolphins Playing In The Surf by Photo by Leading_Out on Flickr.

  4. Ocean Drifters from Plymouth University on Vimeo.

    Credit: Richard Kirby // Plymouth University // David Attenborough

    "Ocean Drifters, a secret world beneath the waves is written, produced and directed by Dr Richard Kirby (Marine Institute Research Fellow, Plymouth University) with a narration by Sir David Attenborough and music by Richard Grassby-Lewis.

    Drawing upon Richard Kirby’s plankton imagery, Ocean Drifters reveals how the plankton have shaped life on Earth and continue to influence our lives in ways that most of us never imagine.”

  5. kqedscience:

Stunning Fish Skeletons Serve Science and Art
Cleared and stained skeletons are strikingly beautiful. But not many people outside the lab would ever know it—until now. “Cleared" is an exhibit of stained fish skeletons currently on display at the Seattle Aquarium, prepared and photographed by Adam P. Summers. Recently, Summers and his colleagues used a cleared and stained manta ray to discover how these curiously flat fish filter food out of the water.
Learn more from Danna Staaf at KQED Science.

    kqedscience:

    Stunning Fish Skeletons Serve Science and Art

    Cleared and stained skeletons are strikingly beautiful. But not many people outside the lab would ever know it—until now. “Cleared" is an exhibit of stained fish skeletons currently on display at the Seattle Aquarium, prepared and photographed by Adam P. Summers. Recently, Summers and his colleagues used a cleared and stained manta ray to discover how these curiously flat fish filter food out of the water.

    Learn more from Danna Staaf at KQED Science.

  6. Manta rays, Raja Ampat Islands by Matthew Oldfield

    Manta rays, Raja Ampat Islands by Matthew Oldfield

  7. Credit: oceanographic / RobertRaden:

_MG_3535 (by RobertRaden)

    Credit: oceanographic / RobertRaden:

    _MG_3535 (by RobertRaden)