This drone operator in New Zealand got supremely lucky, capturing a scene that at first appeared frightening — why are these potentially-murderous orcas circling this woman? But evolved into a devastatingly beautiful scene.
Hernan the fisherman doesn't know how to swim, but that didn't stop him from saving lives.
The Russian yacht "Mariya" was docked off of the Black Sea when a storm blew in, battering the harbor wall and bringing 100-mile-per-hour winds.
There is so much beauty to be found in the world if only we'd stop putting so much crap in the ocean.
They found this curiosity in the waters off of Puerto Rico and believe that "it is likely a catshark in the genus Scyliorhinus, which are known to lay their egg cases on benthic organisms like corals (seen here) and sponges."
Life on the water can be so extreme, experts are using machine learning to determine what lifestyle choices can make the experience easier.
This Taiwanese captain is probably out of a job after slamming his vessel, the Kinshing, into Japanese cargo ship Setsu Maru before crashing into the chemical tanker Der Yun shown here.
This Californian oil platform has slowly amassed nearly 40 years of underwater coral growth, and it's dazzling.
The hollow creature is is made up of hundreds of thousands of organisms, all wiggling and squirming together in tandem. (You're welcome).
Chicxulub Puerto, Mexico, is the centre of the impact crater that scientists believe was made when the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs smashed into the Earth's surface.
That said, making out in the ocean like this couple seems like a great way to gulp down a bunch of fish poop.
This creature will do whatever it takes to not be turned into calamari.
22-year-old Arnaud Jerald plunges himself deep into the abyss on only two lungfuls of air.
What the diver did was a wonderful thing, and it's an act of heroism not all of us can hope or probably should emulate.
When the Taylor Energy oil drilling platform toppled over in September 2004, its 500-foot-tall metal legs twisted and bent as the looming structure sank to the seafloor. It lay in a mangled, chaotic heap. And then, it started leaking oil.
Luckily, the approaching deep-sea fishing vessel was there to save the two men who only narrowly escaped.
If you ever want to get better at fishing, this is also an amazing hack.
With billions of tourism dollars at stake, many refuse to believe or simply ignore that the massive natural wonder is being killed by climate change.
To study the causes behind a massive whale beaching, scientists set up timelapse cameras to study the decomposition of the carcasses.
Mr. Ten Legs here requests that you please don't litter at the beach and consider reusable containers.
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