Even if you’re not a surfer, you’ll be blown away by this video of Teahupoo surf

March 12th, 2017|

What’s the most intense surfing session you’ve ever had? Overhead? Double overhead? Hurricane swell? Storm rolled in and the conditions get incredibly bumpy, making it an adventure to paddle in? During this intense session, did you wipe out at all? While it felt like you were underwater for an entire minute, was it just 10 […]

Adorable octopus – An amazing species was discovered!

March 5th, 2016|

In one of science’s cutest recent discoveries, a deep-diving robot — associated with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) ship Okeanos Explorer — has spotted what may be a new species of octopus.

“It is almost certainly an undescribed species and may not belong to any described genus,” NOAA wrote in a blog post.

14,074 feet — or 4,290 meters […]

Paddle boarding with whales caught by drone

February 11th, 2016|

Shot and put together by Jaimen Hudson. It fits so well with the music.

Ocean waves and galaxies in a cup

May 13th, 2015|

Victoria Siemer, a Brooklyn, New York-based graphic designer behind the heartbreaking ‘Human Error’ series, gives your morning cup of coffee an additional dose of surrealism with her latest project, entitled ‘Coffee Cup Manipulations’.

Digitally orchestrating big ocean waves, beautiful currents sweeping against rocks on shores and the calming visuals of mysterious galaxies, Siemer skillfully fits them […]

Crashing waves frozen into elegant glass vessels

April 7th, 2015|

These beautiful glass sculptures depicting ocean waves were made by Paul DeSomma and Marsha Blaker, a husband and wife team, known internationally for their glass and ceramic art. They work mainly with hot glass and create pieces from both blown glass, which ends as a hollow piece, or solid works, which are large pieces of […]

Spectacular images of Typhoon Maysak captured by the ISS

April 2nd, 2015|

Impressive images have been captured by the International Space Station of the super typhoon Maysak.

The astronauts aboard the ISS caught the enormous eye of the storm while crossing over the Pacific Ocean.

 

 

Goblin shark attack in slowmotion

January 17th, 2015|

The goblin shark uses a sense system known as ampullae of Lorenzini, found in its snout, for electrodetection of prey. The jaws are modified for rapid projection to aid in the capture of prey. The jaw is thrust forward by a double set of ligaments at the mandibular joints. When the jaws are retracted the […]

Free diver meets a whale family

January 6th, 2015|

Humpbacks inhabit all the oceans of the world though at the end of autumn they leave their cold, rich feeding ground for warm tropical waters, fasting until they return to the cold again in early spring. It was soon discovered that Rurutu was a place for pregnant females to give birth, feed their young and […]