Tag «coral reef»

Why is biodiversity so important? – Kim Preshoff

Why is biodiversity so important? – Kim Preshoff

Our planet’s diverse thriving ecosystems may seem like permanent fixtures, but they’re actually vulnerable to collapse. Jungles can become deserts, and reefs can become lifeless rocks, even without cataclysmic events, like volcanoes and asteroids. What makes one ecosystem strong and another weak in the face of change? The answer, to a large extent, is biodiversity. …

How To Set Up A Saltwater Fish Tank / Aquarium Part 01

How to go from this, to this. 30 steps, one video, let’s go! Welcome to My First Fish Tank, the only website and YouTube channel 100% dedicated to you, the beginner! Building your first saltwater aquarium is easy at My First Fish Tank, and here’s how it works. Watch this video from start to finish. …

I’m setting up a SALTWATER aquarium!!

I’m setting up a SALTWATER aquarium!!

I am setting up a saltwater aquarium. Yes, you heard that right! If you guys remember a few months ago I did an unboxing video on the reef crest 35 all in one aquarium. So if you’re not familiar with this tank Or what I’m about to show you or if you didn’t see the …

Bringing Fish Up from the Deep | Engineering Is

Bringing Fish Up from the Deep | Engineering Is

One of the most interesting parts of the ocean for me is this area that we call the twilight zone which is this narrowband of the ocean between about 200 and 500 feet the below the surface of the water. It’s mysterious It’s unknown. It’s sort of enchanting and captivating but also it’s an area …

Finding life in the deep sea

Finding life in the deep sea

We’re some of the first people to explore this area. The seafloor and the oceans, really, are where life probably first formed on this planet. The ocean covers about 70% of our planet and yet there’s still so much that we don’t know about it. The amount of the ocean that has been seen with …

Indonesia. Coral Reef | Tribes & Ethnic Groups

Indonesia. Coral Reef  | Tribes & Ethnic Groups

The great barrier reef that crosses part of the Indonesian archipelago, specifically from the south of Sulawesi to the north of the island of Flores, is the third longest in the world, after those in Australia and Cuba. Here the Indian and Pacific Oceans come together, creating the warmest waters in the world, the perfect …