Welcome to our download area for MarineBio visitors and members. Join today and help us provide more exclusive marine life videos, photo galleries and wallpapers. Enjoy! Visit the MarineBio Video Library to watch movies from around the world and a few filmed by MarineBio in the Red Sea, Galápagos, Cozumel and Indonesia. These are in addition to the videos on specific species home pages throughout the network.
MarineBio Indonesia Expedition 9/06 photo gallery
August 28-September 14, 2006: Lembeh Strait/Bunaken Marine Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia. 33 dives (~32 hours underwater) at 30 dive locations (23.5 m average max depth, water temp. 25-29°C). ~6 hrs video + ~2,000 photos for use on MarineBio.org.
MarineBio Honduras Expedition 10/05 photo galleries
August 27-September 10, 2005: 36 Nitrox dives at 32 dive locations. 2,700 photos taken, 978 passed for use on MarineBio.org.
MarineBio Florida Expedition 2/05 photo galleries
February 9-21, 2005: 10 Nitrox dives at 9 locations out of Boyton Beach, FL and 10 dives at 7 locations out of Key Largo, FL. ~1,200 photos taken, 430 passed for use on MarineBio.org.
MarineBio Bonaire Expedition 8/04 photo galleries
August 6-22, 2004: 38 Nitrox dives at 27 dive locations. 1,400 photos taken, 624 passed for use on MarineBio.org.
Enjoy MarineBio's Desktop Wallpapers. The easiest way to make one your desktop wallpaper is to click the link that matches your desktop size and once downloaded in your browser window, right-click and choose "Set as Background" (Internet Explorer example):
"Georgia Aquarium has decided not to appeal the decision handed down by Judge Totenberg. We firmly disagree with the Judge's decision, but the extended appeal process would add to an already lengthy series of legal proceedings, which would not be in the best interest of the animals in Russia."
As if the world's coral reefs didn't have enough problems — killer rising ocean temperatures, crazy bleaching events and oil slicks comprised of sunscreen from sunbathers that denude them, they are now under attack by hordes of thorny sea creatures.
Fishing nations at the annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) have once again failed to adopt scientific advice and best practices to safeguard several species of oceanic sharks.