Post Tagged with: "Galapagos"

Galapagos Evolution – Coexisting Below the Surface

Galapagos Evolution – Coexisting Below the Surface

13 March, 2017 at 6:14 am Comments are Disabled

In this lifetime, can we learn to co-exist with nature before we destroy it? According to one team of marine wildlife ambassadors, the answer is yes.   And that’s where the Galapagos Evolution comes in. The expedition, lead by Ecuadorian Marine Wildlife videographer, Roberto Ochoa, and written and narrated by Pierre-Yves Cousteau, […]

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Eco-Advocacy and Adventure in Galápagos with Roberto Ochoa

Eco-Advocacy and Adventure in Galápagos with Roberto Ochoa

26 August, 2016 at 1:14 pm Comments are Disabled

Photo by Roberto Ochoa By Guest Blogger: Jo Walters PADI AmbassaDiver™ Roberto Ochoa talks about his recent expedition to Galápagos, when he spent 10 days shooting a documentary film in partnership with Cressi, showcasing the beauty of the marine sanctuary and filming freedivers as they encountered the surprising reactions – […]

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The Fish That Doesn’t Swim

The Fish That Doesn’t Swim

27 October, 2015 at 2:36 am Comments are Disabled

If you’re at 125 feet underwater and you see a fish with bloated red lips, walking like a drunk guy, with a horn like a unicorn and shaped like a bat, two things could be happening. You may have nitrogen narcosis or you’re diving off the Galapagos Islands looking at […]

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Google Street View to bring the Galapagos to your screen

Google Street View to bring the Galapagos to your screen

3 August, 2013 at 6:11 pm Comments are Disabled

Ecuador’s Galapagos Islands rank high on the bucket lists of many divers. But while you’re saving up for that ultimate experience, Google is providing a unique way to get an underwater look at the sights that make the islands such a diver’s paradise. Hikers and divers worked for 10 days to […]

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