The Cousteau family, Céline, Fabien and Jean-Michel, diving in the Dry Tortugas Ecological Reserve.
Fabien, Jean-Michel and Céline Cousteau swim with a goliath grouper in the Dry Tortugas.
Céline, Jean-Michel and Fabien Cousteau in the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary
Suspended in liquid blue, Fabien free-dives near an adult humpback. "The core of your body vibrates with the songs of other humpback whales in the distance... from the tips of your fins all the way up through your body. It's awe-inspiring."
Céline and Fabien's powerful movie lights attract plankton, which the mantas feed on.
Jean-Michel Cousteau in his backyard, The Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary
This moment of birth shows an elephant seal with her newborn pup, visible in the sac still attached to the mother.
A delicate jellyfish catches Fabien Cousteau's attention.
Fabien Cousteau expresses his wonder at the maze of steel supporting an abundance of life at the gas platform in the Gulf of Mexico.
Unexpectedly, Matt Ferraro and Jacob Kilbride find and swim behind a tumor-laden turtle. This turtle will surely die.
Humboldt squid have appeared in record numbers at Cordell Bank National Marine Sanctuary leading to speculation that they may be expanding their range northward. Holly Lohuis and Carrie Vonderhaar traveled to the Sea of Cortez, Mexico, to learn more about this top predator. Holly is tethered by steel cable to the surface ship because Humboldt squid are capable of dragging divers to deep water.
Giant Pacific Octopus
Matt Ferraro swims behind a giant Pacific octopus.