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Surreal footage of freediver Guillaume Néry being carried along by strong underwater currents near Tahiti. At first, he just floats like a dead man, but later mimics the movements of running on the surface of the Moon.
Diver Rick Coleman took his wife Susie out on a trip to catch some spiny lobster. But she didn’t have the benefit of a net, and tried to catch these crafty crustaceans using only her hands. As the video shows, it’s not an easy task.
U-Boat Worx‘ latest personal submarine is a compact two-seater. Able to dive up to 100m (330ft), the HP Sport Sub 2 weighs just 2200kg (4850lb) and can fit on a 30m+ super yacht or be launched directly from a trailer.
Rinspeed’s amphibious sports car, the sQuba can dive up to 10m (33ft.) and move at up to 2 knots (2.3mph) underwater. It has three electric motors – one for land, two for water – two jet ski motors and two oxygen tanks for passengers.
We’ve seen dolphins playing with underwater bubble rings, but freediver David Helderle has honed the act of making underwater vortexes into a fine craft. Aquaman should have had this power. (Thanks Michael!)
An aggressive Atlantic Goliath Grouper didn’t like this scuba diver spearfishing in his neck of the woods, and proceeded to steal the diver’s fish and the spear gun that it was attached to. There’s a reason he’s named Goliath after all.
Photographer Nana Trongratanawong captured this amazing GoPro footage as she snorkeled in a Palau lake filled with millions of golden jellyfish. Apparently the stingers on these jellies aren’t powerful enough to harm humans.
What is it with octopi and their interest in cameras? While filming off the coast of Carmel, California, divers David Malvestuto and Warren Murray encountered one cephalopod who really wanted a camera, and didn’t want to let go.
From the looks of this clip, we’re guessing these black finless porpoises started to pass around an underwater bubble by being enticed with lots of delicious fish treats. Now they do it on porpoise. There, we said it.
BBC Earth shows us the ridiculously massive Pliosaurus funkei – also known as “Predator X” using computer simulation. The killer, sea-dwelling creature was said to have had a bite four times more powerful than mighty T. Rex.
Undersea pilots Graham Hawkes and Lee Behel deep dive in their DeepFlight Super Falcon submersible in the waters of Hawaii on a quest to hear the song of the whale. Some of the most beautiful GoPro footage we’ve ever seen.