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PictureFeb 2010

The Mariana Trench in perspective

Anything that goes down might not necessarily come back up. The Mariana Trench is the deepest known part of the planet in the Pacific Ocean. At 36,000 feet it is deeper than Mount Everest is high!


VideoAug 2015

Ray Collins - Sea Stills

(7:06) Rising mountains of sea captured by Australian photographer Ray Collins.

VideoOct 2010

Census of Marine Life

Breathe in. Healthy oceans are essential to our well being, whoever you are, wherever you live. Results of the first Census of Marine Life reveal how deep the holes in our knowledge really are.

VideoSep 2007

Alphabet Soup

Plastic waste contaminating our oceans

VideoMay 2010

Nature's Great Events - The Great Feast

Feeding frenzy in the ocean as herring gather in vast shoals


VideoApr 2016

Harrison Ford is the ocean

(2:03) Listen, the ocean is speaking.

VideoJan 2020

Vox | How fires in Australia and floods in East Africa are linked

(3:54) Bushfires are normal in Australia. But in 2019/20, they were off the charts.

VideoOct 2010

Census of Marine Life - Three miles down

Deep in the ocean, there is a realm of complete darkness. Census of Marine Life scientists have inventoried an astonishing abundance, diversity and distribution of deep sea species that have never known sunlight.


VideoJun 2009

Oceans, the source of life

Our oceans occupy over 2/3 of the planets surface and provide a home for most of the creatures on Earth

VideoJun 2010

How does a flipped starfish right itself?

A starfish performs an extraordinary manoeuvre before scurrying off. It has done this before.