This is a baby larval Wunderpus captured up close by blackwater photographer, Wu Yung-sen. Blackwater photography takes place in cold, pitch-dark depths where we see unusual sea creatures like this transparent octopus! Incredible.
This beautiful pattern of square waves taken at the Phares des Baleines in France is actually quite dangerous! This natural phenomenon is known as a cross swell or cross sea, and occurs when two different wave patterns collide. Photo by Michel Griffon.
Taken on the western coast of Japan in the San’in Kaigan GeoPark by photographer Hisa (@ag.lr.88) on Instagram. Beautiful shot as we witness two biomes collide.
A beautiful yet eery image of a diver deep in the ocean caves of Ciutadella de Menorca, Spain.
Taken on Coomeenole Beach in West Kerry, Ireland, photographer Ger Kelliher captured this high-speed photograph of sea foam that looks like a marbleized sculpture or some delicious whipped cream topping.
In previous episodes of The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob dug their way into the problem of soil erosion and over-farming, but what happens when food cultivation goes underwater? This week we captain our environmental ship into ocean farming waters to learn how to dance the Gracilaria and maybe, just maybe… discover the chocolate of the sea.
As we continue to fight the good fight to save our planet, Noel and Jacob stop for a minute to evaluate some environmental challenges from bee colony collapse disorder to jellyfish blackouts that might be caused by something other than climate change.
People have been eating fish for their protein and nutrition for thousands of years. However, some marine creatures can contain pesticides and other contaminants, negatively affecting the human body. The demand for fish has also had a significant impact on ecosystems everywhere. Overfishing and fish farming have disrupted the food chain and depleted fish populations. […]
Today’s Image of the Day goes to this photo capturing wave after wave on the way towards the beach. Between the light blue waters and the sandy shoreline, it looks like a perfect place to hang out. It’s also a great reminder of the importance of keeping our beaches and the ocean free of plastic […]
Summer has officially arrived. Kids are out of school and, whether you have time off or not, you’re going to need some activities for you and your kids to do. Fortunately, we’ve got some biofriendly activities perfect for summertime. 1. Go on a Hiking/Exploration Adventure As you probably already know, nature has countless benefits. Not […]