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Archaeologists Find 58 New Shipwrecks

Archaeologists have discovered at least 58 shipwrecks in the Eastern Aegean Sea. They date back from the period of ancient Greece right through to the 20th century.

European union to ban single-use plastic products

With the amount of harmful plastic litter in oceans and seas growing ever greater, the European Commission is proposing new EU-wide rules to target the 10 single-use plastic products most often found on Europe's beaches...

Catching Up with Great White Sharks

Check out how OCEARCH tags Great White Sharks. The OCEARCH is a research vessel that travels the world, tagging sharks with GPS trackers. Their goal is to better understand the life of a shark in order to ensure their...

Underwater Photographer of the year 2018 winners!

Underwater Photographer of the Year is an annual competition, based in the UK, that seeks to celebrate photography beneath the surface of the ocean, lakes and even swimming pools.

Komodo from above

For those of you that already know how beautiful Komodo in Indonesia is, this drone footage will not come as a surprise!

Tangled Manta Ray receives help

Jane Headley and her husband save an entangled Manta Ray on their scuba trip in the Philippines. Watch how this great couple saves a Manta Ray from the remains of ghost nets.

Freediving in Iceland with Kiki Bosch

Freediver Kiki Bosch has been training for cold water exposure for a prolonged period of time adapting her body to withstand this extreme condition.

Blue Planet II: The prequel

Blue Planet II: The Prequel has just been released. Narrated by Sir David Attenborough and set to music by Hans Zimmer and Radiohead

How deep is the ocean

The bottom of the Mariana Trench is the deepest point of our oceans and is known as the "Challenger Deep", and lies at a depth of around 11km (6.8 miles).