Watch mobula rays feeding and flying off Baja, California, in what National Geographic says could be the largest school ever filmed. To see more NatGeo videos, visit the National Geographic YouTube channel.
[VIDEO] Gigantic School of Rays
Check out this video from an underwater photographer as he comes face to face with a deadly leopard seal. You'll be surprised by what happens.
In the Bahamas, you’ll find a Caribbean reef shark for every 100 yards of underwater habitat. And when feedings occur, sharks appear in droves, swimming increasingly tighter circles around the divers gathered in an arc on the sand.
The islands of the Bahamas are a wide-angle paradise. Dolphins, goliath groupers, sea turtles and other hard-to-miss attractions regularly cruise up from the depths to feed in the shallows.
Altar, worship house and sacred sundial — to ancient Maya, natural wells called cenotes were all these and more. Scuba diving in a cenote near Chichén Itzá, photographer Paul Nicklen snaps pictures of National Geographic Emerging Explorer and underwater archaeologist Guillermo de Anda as he explores an otherworld strewn with Maya offerings, from pottery to human bones.
Gray reef sharks explore the Ray of Hope shipwreck in Nassau, Bahamas. These fast-swimming, agile predators feed on free-swimming bony fishes and cephalopods. Watch these divers get up close and personal with a swarm of gray reef sharks.
The Galapagos Islands are home to some of the world's highest concentration of endemic species, and nearly 20 percent of the islands' marine species aren't found anywhere else in the world! Come watch Darek Sepiolo's video of the marine life found in the archipelago.
Have you ever wanted to stick your head inside a shark's mouth? Neither have we! but Eric Cheng strapped some bait onto a GoPro and let us know just what that experience would be like.
Not every pet likes to scuba dive, but Muttley and Hawkeye love exploring the water with their owner! Check out this video of scuba diving pets from Animal Planet.
Not all furry friends like to scuba dive, but Muttley and Hawkeye love exploring the water with their owner! Check out this video of scuba diving pets from Animal Planet.
Another stunning video from Nat Geo. When tide and current turn a tiny bay into a bowl of plankton, manta rays in the Maldives gather for a roiling, whirling feast. Narrated by Save Our Seas chief photographer Thomas P. Peschak.
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