NOTE: Make sure you watch this in full screen.
OCEAN LIFE is mesmerizing and strangely beautiful. It can also be creepy as hell, which is why I’m scared of it. But I do love being on this side of the screen watching a timelapse created by Daniel Stoupin using 150,000 macro photography shots. He captures the normally undetectable behaviours of corals and sponges, the animals that are responsible for coral reefs.
The oceanic biosphere is so sensitive, as I talk about in my article The 5 biggest crises facing our oceans today (and why you should care) — the slightest changes in temperature, as a result of human behaviours, is killing coral reefs which has a magnified impact on the entire earth and its inhabitants. For now though, just let yourself be amazed by the above video.