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Though exploration, beautiful pictures of underwater scenes have come to life. Forget about Atlantis, the Kraken, and mermaids, there are some truly incredible—and completely factual—things that happen beneath the waves of our oceans. Myths and legends are entertaining, but the true stories from the oceans can be just as remarkable. The environment that covers over 70% of the planet’s surface is home to some of its most stunning wildlife, most dramatic scenery, and most weird and wonderful inventions. It’s often the final frontier for terrestrial explorers, a playground for sports and wildlife enthusiasts, and perhaps the most important ecosystem on our planet.

Mankind has always been fascinated by what goes on under the sea, but it’s only recently that technology has allowed us to get there, record what goes on, and add our own amazing stories to what happens every day under the surface of the ocean. Dive deep into this playlist to explore some of the most amazing underwater videos out there.

William Trubridge explores the deepest underwater sinkhole in the world located in the Bahamas. Watch Ultimate Rush Saturdays at 8:30pm ET:
Ocean Floor and Violent Submarine Volcanoes - as part of the news and politics series by GeoBeats. Volcanoes are arguably the most powerful force of nature. Most of the world's volcanoes are submarine or underwater volcanoes. In fact, about 80 percent of the world's volcanic eruptions happen under the surface of the ocean. Because these volcanoes are underwater, their activity and the frequency of their eruptions is hard to study and measure with conventional methods. Scientists are just starting to realize how unstable the ocean floor really is. A team of Oxford University scientists studying submarine volcanoes used sonar technology to create a live map of the topography of an active volcano in the southwest Pacific Ocean. The research revealed that these volcanoes are capable of drastically changing the map of the seabed in a matter of days. The sonar map showed that the volcano had collapsed in some areas by up to 19 meters, and had grown in other areas by up to 72 meters. This drastic instability in the ocean floor was caused by underwater volcanic eruptions. Any major fluctuations in the seabed can potentially cause tsunamis. Understanding the dynamic movements of these submarine volcanoes is critical in understanding the different causes of tsunamis and possibly minimizing the potential for enormous damage to coastal towns and cities.
Item title reads - Seabed lab. Deep sea aquanauts. California, America (USA). M/S Sealab Two at sea. C/U Commander Scott Carpenter. C/U Captain George Bond at control panel. C/U fingers operating switches, pan back to Bond. M/S Sealab Two starting to submerge. Interior shots of man in the galley. M/S underwater as the Sealab descends and comes to rest. M/S bubbles on the sea surface showing where it is situated. Various underwater shots of a shoal of Barracudas. Various shots as underwater swimmers feed the Barracudas. M/S swimmer heading back to Sealab and through the ever open hatch. M/S Sealab resting on the seabed. 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:1816.17
A new underwater computer unites divers and robots under the sea. Meet four other cool robots in our special feature:
Kingston, Surrey. C/U of two girls on the edge of an indoor swimming pool. One holds a mirror for the other who is putting in earrings. C/U of the girl putting in her earrings - large party ones. The other girl then is helped into her scuba diving outfit. Several scuba divers walk down the steps of the Kingston Baths into the water. There is a little sign which reads "To the Party." Various shots of the sub aqua club partygoers climbing or jumping into the pool. Underwater shots of the party. One of the revellers wears a Neptune outfit. He has a silver crown and a trident. A "waitress" swims through the pool with a tray of drinks then hands them out. M/S of one of the girls eating a banana. C/U of same. C/U of another partygoer drinking from a bottle. The banana eating girl decides that her lipstick needs touching up. She takes off her mask and takes out her air line. She reapplies her lipstick. Various shots of the underwater eating and drinking. Quirky stuff. 90,000 historic films, all SEARCHABLE on YouTube at: Join us on Facebook at: Tweet us @britishpathe FILM ID:39.06
Male humpback whales zero in on a female and her calf. Tune in on Animal Planet | For more visit
Using an innovative camera he specially crafted, David Riggs captures thrilling activity in this marine mammal hot spot. From: HUNT FOR THE SUPER PREDATOR
A professional scuba diver faces off with a monster squid. | For more Monster Week, visit Subscribe to Animal Planet! | Join us on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Check out the Animalist App! |
With aquanaut Fabien Cousteau, grandson of the legenary oceanic explorer Jacques Cousteau, about to embark on a record breaking underwater research mission, Maddie Moate wonders 'could human's become aquatic'? Subscribe to Earth Unplugged for more awesome videos every week- SOURCES REDORBIT -- 31 DAYS LIVING UNDERWATER CNN -- FABIEN COUSTEAU MISSION 31 Join the Earth Unplugged community: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Earth Juice is your weekly guide to what discoveries are making our planet cooler. Chris Howard takes us on a whistle-stop tour of global discoveries from all corners of the world. Let's juice! This is a channel from BBC Worldwide who help fund new BBC programmes.
Tasmania's underwater landscape is as rich and diverse as it's world famous forests and mountains.