The Deep Reefs of Cocos Island
Our team went to Cocos Island National Park, 360 miles off Costa Rica, to research new IMAX filmmaking techniques in unexplored "deep reef" environments.
As a marine reserve and World Heritage site, Cocos Island is strictly guarded against poaching. It represents the wildest of ocean places, a refuge for sea life to thirve as it has for millennia.
Though they are increasingly rare, places like these illustrate how vibrant marine ecosystems can be if we protect them.