Stockton Rush, Chief Executive Officer & Founder OceanGate Inc.
Peter Chaibongsai discusses billfish and the research, including tag and release efforts, being done to conserve them in support of ocean health and economies.
The flamingo tongue snail is a few centimeters long but stands out against the sea fan or whip coral it lives on due to its coloring.
Jessica Pate shares her field research studying manta rays off of Palm Beach and Martin Counties in Florida.
The French angelfish can be found on coral reefs around the Caribbean and as far as New York, Brazil, the Gulf Coast and eastern Atlantic at Ascension Island and St. Paul’s Rocks.
Florida manatees, a sub-species of the West Indian or North American manatees, are herbivorous marine mammals that grow up to 13 ft and 3,500 lbs.
A master of disguise, Caribbean reef octopuses are found in warm waters around coral reefs and grassy and rocky seabeds.
The Florida Manta Project, Digital Life 3D and ANGARI Foundation worked together to collect measurements, photographs and videos of manta rays in order to accurately build and animate a 3D manta ray model.
As part of a long term monitoring program, researchers from NOAA's Coral Reef Conservation Program worked from R/V ANGARI to survey several reef sites around and within Dry Tortugas National Park.
The loggerhead sea turtle is a highly migratory species that can be found in most of the world's oceans, especially subtropical and temperate regions.