Articles & News Tagged “Video”


Video: Hunting hammerhead Photo

Video: Hunting hammerhead

WFLA news helicopter Eagle 8 filmed an amazing sequence showing a hammerhead shark hunting a ray in shallow water. Pilot Judd Chapin and photographer Peter Masa were flying over Anclote Key, Florida when they noticed the unfolding pursuit.

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Video shows deep-sea squid behavior Photo

Video shows deep-sea squid behavior

Footage captured by an MBARI ROV of the deep-sea squid Grimalditeuthis bonplandi shows the animal flapping and fluttering its tentacles, as if the limbs were swimming the on their own.

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Video: Scillies seals Photo

Video: Scillies seals

Peter Rowlands of UwP Magazine has posted this video of common (harbor) (Phoca vitulina) and grey ((Halichoerus grypus) seals shot in the Scilly Isles off the south-western tip of the UK. It was shot with a Sony NEX-5 camera using GreenWater Magic filters.

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Video: Crab vs. methane vent Photo

Video: Crab vs. methane vent

An ROV surveying methane vents at 4,130 ft as a part of Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute project around Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada, captured some amazing footage of a deep-sea crab “hunting” a vent.

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Stunning video imagery from Freshwaters Illustrated. Photo

Stunning video imagery from Freshwaters Illustrated.

Freshwaters Illustrated seek to raise aquatic awareness through photo, video and film. They are currently seeking funding on Indiegogo for a project called ‘Hidden Rivers” which includes a media package and a full-length documentary. As a part of their fundraising, they have released a show reel of stunning footage captured in the Southern Appalachian rivers.

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Video: Howard Hall’s Leviathan Photo

Video: Howard Hall’s Leviathan

Filmmaker Howard Hall has posted a short film of footage of humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) captured at Vavau’u, Tonga. Howard cites the help of Whale Watch Vava’u and Endangered Encounters in getting the encounters necessary for the film.. The images were captured with a RED Epic and a Tokina 10-17mm lens in 5K resolution.

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