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  • Planet Ocean Content, Marine Conservation Technology (Status Reports), MarineBio Kids!, Marine Conservation Laws Reports, Ocean Strandings Database, Ocean Online Communities, Marine Conservation & Research Support, Marine Life Sciences (Marine Biology), Marine Conservation Information, Marine Species Database

MarineBio is an advocacy and educational conservation organization for all marine life. We provide information to people from all walks of life — students, journalists, policymakers, scientists…. You protect what you love. These are our current projects.

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May 17, 2019
Gives plenty of information, all the time, very grammatically correct, too.
Everybody is a genius. but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.

Albert Einstein

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Highlights Reel ~ Wakatobi, Sulawesi 2018 - Final Clip 10

Clip contains: moray eels, clownfishes or anemonefishes, lionfishes, triggerfishes, butterflyfishes, snappers, angelfishes, sea turtles, sea snakes, pufferfishes, crocodilefishes, unicornfishes, trumpetfishes, barracudas, goatfishes, wrasses, a stingray, a scorpionfish, a broadclub cuttlefish, starfish, feather stars, sea fans, sponges, anemones, corals and yours truly 🙂
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Clip 10/10 (20.5GB) – Indonesia Expedition Highlights (final random favorite clips), shot in 4K @30 fps (view fullscreen for best detail) mainly with a GoPro Hero6 Black (~650GB total video captured in ~1,400 clips over 2 weeks/~40 nitrox dives – mostly drift dives), SOLA video 3800 lights, etc. with Premiere Rush CC used for quick post production.
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This is the final composite clip from 3 days of diving, feel free to ask any questions… we’re amateur underwater videographers and were mainly looking to document species to share online and what a healthy reef system still looks like as they become increasingly rare thanks primarily to Climate Change.

David Campbell

MarineBio Founder, Plankton Forums Admin

David founded MarineBio in 1998 and is a graduate of Texas A&M (’93), a licensed Professional Consulting Environmental Geoscientist, Marine Conservationist, Web Project Manager/designer/developer and amateur underwater photographer/videographer.

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