This time in „Take a Minute to Relax“ we present coral reef life in the shallows (Wakatobi, Sulawesi, Indonesia) and invite you to breathe. As we have been writing about „The reefs of Wakatobi“ in episode XI and „Coral Reef Protection“ in episode XXV of our series, we focus on […]Read More
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Take your minute to relax with cephalopods. Our video series „Take a minute“ reached already clip number 30. We are looking forward to sharing more underwater beauty and knowledge with you. We are getting back to our biweekly releases, after Yoeri’s computer made its back from repair (Yoeri’s rage against […]Read More
In this Minute of Relaxation, we would like to introduce you to one of the most interesting species of Nudibranch, known as solar-powered Melibe (Melibe engeli). Nudibranchs are molluscs in the class Gastropoda, which includes snails, slugs, and sea hares. Many gastropods have a shell. Nudibranchs have a shell in […]Read More
For all ocean addicts, explorers, nature lovers, and everybody else having to stay at home due to the coronnavirus and is perhaps longing for a refreshing dip in the ocean: Watch Sulawesi Splendour I-IV. All these creatures are out there waiting for us. Hopefully, when all this is over, instead of […]Read More
Victory: First underwater video clip of 2020 out now Happy days! Not only are we back in the tropics and found a wonderful little house right on the beach – I am hearing the waves rolling ashore while I am writing this – but we also celebrate Yoeri’s victory against […]Read More
Ihr geht auch noch in eurem Urlaub tauchen, war die verdutzte Nachfrage anderer Gäste auf Lembeh, einer kleinen Insel im Nordosten Sulawesis (Indonesien), wo wir uns für sieben Tage mit unserer Kameraausrüstung austoben konnten. Nachdem wir den Luxus genießen, unserer Leidenschaft fast tagtäglich nachzugehen und die Stunden, die wir unter […]Read More
This is the official restart of our website to live up to a part of our life mission: Connect and protect to transform the world (That’s Devocean). The time is now Two and a half years of absence are coming to an end today. The main reason for not being […]Read More