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There are 2 comments on There’s More to the Story behind Rare Glass Octopus Footage

  1. I was able to watch some of the dives via YouTube, on a flat screen TV. The dives were so amazing. It seemed as if you were aboard with them traveling under the water. I am not a scientist but witnessing some of this and reading about what they have found is very interesting. I look forward to continuing to follow the works of this expedition and keep on learning about a part of this world that we are still discovering. Thank you for posting this story.

  2. I love this work that you are doing. I’m an artist & scuba diver. I’m blown away by your macro images that far under! Our planet depends on scientists like you exploring the deep, making amazing discoveries like the countless new bacteria and creatures. I pray that the rest of humanity, especially people in power, catches up and understands how important it is to have completely protected large areas of our ocean – all across the Globe – protected massive national parks & sanctuaries under the sea.

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