A new photo exhibition and big-screen film opened this week at One Planet: Museon Omniversum.
National Geographic’s Pristine Seas exhibit showcases striking images of the world’s marine conservation expeditions over the past decade. Nearly 60 photos by Enric Sala and other photographers show how National Geographic’s pristine oceans team is helping indigenous peoples, communities and governments create marine reserves. I’m here. Since 2008, the team has conducted 36 expeditions from tropical reefs to icebergs and helped establish 27 marine protected areas covering more than 6.5 million square kilometers. “This exhibit is a testament to the Pristine Seas team’s unwavering commitment to preserving the blue heart of our planet,” said Kathryn Keane of National Geographic. It’s about showing why we need to protect our oceans, while immersing them in what’s cool.”
secret of the sea
The Museon-Omniversum Dome’s 840 m² dome screen transforms into a magnificent and exotic underwater paradise during the breathtaking big-screen movie Secrets of the Sea. The strangest and most spectacular sea-dwellers pass before and above you. From cute pygmy seahorses and clever squid to manta rays, tiger sharks and coconut octopuses. Marvel at familiar favorites and amazing marine life you’ve probably never seen before.
Directed by Jonathan Byrd (Ancient Caverns) and Howard Hall (Under the Sea, Coral Reef Adventure), the big-screen film has been shot in the Philippines, Mexico, Tahiti, Indonesia, Palau, Hawaii, California, and more. I was. With over 70 species of marine life, Secrets of the Sea reveals the many wonders and mysteries of the ocean, the fascinating ways in which they interact, and its environment. Many marine animals depend on each other for survival. This film demonstrates the critical importance of marine biodiversity to the health of our oceans.
https://www.thehagueonline.com/features/2023/02/15/discover-the-secrets-of-the-sea-at-one-planet Discover the secrets of the ocean at One Planet