The Water Column

Blue Zoo: Crinoids

Feather stars and sea lilies are relatives of sea stars. They use their feathery arms to filter particles from the water for food. Read More »


The Weekly Dive Vol. 66

White House finalizes national ocean policy; coelocanth, “living fossil,” genome sequenced; & more ocean news! Read More »


Gifts from the Sea on Earth Day

In the aftermath of trauma in Boston, a family finds welcome respite in experiencing marine life - a reminder of the ocean's healing power. Read More »


Arctic Contest Winners

To celebrate the release of To The Arctic on 3D Blu-ray and DVD we decided to have a little contest with our online community. Read More »


Going Blue On Earth Day

The ocean, our lifeline, covers 71% of the Earth’s surface, but too often doesn’t get the attention it deserves. Read More »


Celebrate KelpFest & Earth Day on April 20

Come by downtown Laguna Beach on April 20, 9am-6pm to celebrate Earth Day and have fun at KelpFest! Read More »


Apex Predator

What it's like to join a shark tagging expedition, as told by a MacGillivray Freeman Explorers Fellow. (Hint: it's a smelly adventure.) Read More »


The Weekly Dive Vol. 65

Australia to confront Japan over whaling in UN court in June; young Arctic explorers plant flag on seabed at North Pole; & more ocean news! Read More »


From Turtle Harvest to Turtle Home

A community in Indonesia has halted their tradition of hunting turtle eggs in favor of protecting them, and it's paying off. Read More »


A Day With Rolex Scholar Megan Cook

Megan shares some of the amazing adventures she's had diving all over the world as the recipient of the Our World Underwater Scholarship. Read More »


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