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Our commitment to science runs deep. 1,000 meters deep.

Our explorations go to places previously unseen, discovering whole new worlds within Earth’s oceans. We aim to create greater understanding of these extraordinary ecosystems, stoke passion about them, and ultimately produce responsible stewardship of them. By integrating scientific exploration with visual storytelling, we are pushing excitement about and knowledge of the oceans, and the communities that depend on them, into the broader public consciousness.

Marine research and discovery in remote areas of the sea is not easy, but pushing boundaries is in our DNA. Our partnerships with leading scientific institutions have led to important breakthroughs, including the discovery of new species and the observation of never-before-seen biological phenomena.

Less than 5% of the deep ocean has been explored, and we are committed to changing that. We know that as we learn more about these previously hidden worlds, we’ll gain vital insights into our life above them.

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IN THE NEWS

giant squid filmed in its natural environment
Nature News 01.14.2013
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Calamari Safari
HuffPost blog 12.06.2017
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Fluorescence Is Widespread in Fish, Study Finds
New York Times 01.08.2014
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Descent Into Light
American Museum of Natural History 2018
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Move Over, Glowing Turtle—Meet the Glowing Eels
National Geographic 11.12.2015
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Fish flaunt neon glow
Nature News 01.08.2014
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Galapagos Expedition Reveals Unknown Seamounts, New Species
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution 12.09.2015
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Rare Saltwater Lakes Filled with Jellyfish Found in Indonesia
National Geographic 02.28.2018
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