Tag: whales

Asha de Vos: Why you should care about whale poo

Asha de Vos: Why you should care about whale poo

By Micah Moen 30 Comments December 9, 2019

In the 1600s, there were so many right whales in Cape Cod Bay off the east coast of the U.S. that apparently you could walk across their backs from one end of the bay to the other. Today, they number in the hundreds, and they’re endangered. Like them, many species of whales saw their numbers […]

Wildlife Documentary Narrator Samples – Female Narrator

Wildlife Documentary Narrator Samples – Female Narrator

By Micah Moen 0 Comment December 8, 2019

Once hunted to the brink of extinction, Humpback Whales have been designated as an endangered species for the last several decades. However, these magnificent creatures have made a remarkable comeback. So much so that there is a movement underway to remove them from the endangered species list, but are they ready? The Polar Bear has […]

Peaceful Whale Sounds To Sleep To, Water Sounds, Diving With Whales, Ocean Noises, 10 Hours

Peaceful Whale Sounds To Sleep To, Water Sounds, Diving With Whales, Ocean Noises, 10 Hours

By Micah Moen 10 Comments November 26, 2019

10 Hours of Peaceful Ocean Diving With Whales Sleep Sounds Let The Bubbles Carry You To Sleep

EMPTY OCEANS: Is The World Running Out Of Fish?  [Documentary]

EMPTY OCEANS: Is The World Running Out Of Fish? [Documentary]

By Micah Moen 100 Comments November 14, 2019

Our world is a world of water. The oceans cover 71% of the surface of the Earth and provide us with the oxygen we need for every two breaths we take. It may be the case that much of the marine life we see today is lost to history. And as the seas continue to […]

Lost on purpose or my life before being an ocean racer – Ep67 – The Sailing Frenchman

Lost on purpose or my life before being an ocean racer – Ep67 – The Sailing Frenchman

By Micah Moen 32 Comments November 8, 2019

All right, so We’re going to go on shore an explore a bit and maybe come back swimming. Let’s see, I’m not sure. Lot’s of things to do on an almost inhabited Islands I’m sure. We gotta figure out These are dinosaur footprint for sure You see, even on an inhabited island there is plastic […]

Oceanic Whitetip Sharks | JONATHAN BIRD’S BLUE WORLD

Oceanic Whitetip Sharks | JONATHAN BIRD’S BLUE WORLD

By Micah Moen 100 Comments November 5, 2019

Next on Jonathan Bird’s Blue World: Sharks that east something disgusting! Ahh, Hawaii. With its beautiful beaches and warm weather, few would argue that Hawaii is one of the nicest places in the world to visit. But you know me, I won’t be sitting on the beach getting a tan. I have come to Hawaii […]

International OCEAN FILM TOUR Volume 5 | Official Trailer

International OCEAN FILM TOUR Volume 5 | Official Trailer

By Micah Moen 4 Comments November 2, 2019

Man is connected to life by respiration. Through breathing we can archive the union of body and mind and our integration into the marine environment. My first time in the pool – I was 49 years old. I was afraid. What’s gonna happen to me in all this water? A catamaran is a pure sports […]

Whale Sounds & Ocean Waves | Soothing Sleep Sounds | White Noise Sound | Peaceful Whale Song

Whale Sounds & Ocean Waves | Soothing Sleep Sounds | White Noise Sound | Peaceful Whale Song

By Micah Moen 61 Comments October 27, 2019

Calming Ocean and Whales Sleep Sounds Deep Restful Sleep, Wake Up Refreshed

Top 10 Most DANGEROUS Ocean Predators

Top 10 Most DANGEROUS Ocean Predators

By Micah Moen 7 Comments October 26, 2019

From a sea creature that dragged a scientist deep underwater to an 80-mile-per-hour fish with a razor sharp nose, today we look at the Most DANGEROUS Ocean Predators. Number 10. Sea Lions Sea Lions are a family of eared seals native to subarctic and tropical waters around the world. Within their different species, sea lions […]

Why the ocean is getting louder

Why the ocean is getting louder

By Micah Moen 100 Comments October 22, 2019

This is me. I’m about to go scuba diving for the first time ever. I went in expecting muffled peace and quiet. I mean, one of the earliest documentaries on underwater life was literally called “The Silent World”. “They roamed deep under the Mediterranean, the Red Sea, and the Indian Ocean, in a mysterious realm, […]