Creature Videos

Bird Vs Fish - Blue Planet II

Giant Trevally are usually solitary hunters, but in this amazing footage they have come in numbers to try their luck at catching potential prey. Fledgling Tern are wary to spend too much time on the water but even flying close to the surface puts them in grave danger.

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Cuttlefish - Kings of Camouflage

Camouflage is the use of any combination of materials, coloration or illumination for concealment, either by making animals or objects hard to see, or by disguising them as something else. Cuttlefish are the kings of camouflage.

Bull Sharks - Jonathon Bird

in this video, Jonathan Bird travels to Mexico for an up close encounter with Bull Sharks, infamous for the fact that they are known to be the most dangerous species of shark to humans. He gets to try a chain mail anti-shark suit, and meets a biologist who is studying the sharks to learn more about their population and habits.

Noosa River Underwater

This amazing video shot by Josh Jensen from Undersea Productions showing the amazing marine life in the Noosa River is really worth watching. You'll be surprised at the number and diversity of the marine creatures that live there and hopefully give you a new and greater appreciation of the Noosa River and our need to look after it and other rivers along our coast.

Mon Repos Loggerhead Turtles

Bundaberg is just the place between November and March to witness a miracle that takes place nightly on the shores of Mon Repos beach. It is the place where over 50% of the entire concentration of nesting Loggerhead turtles in the Southern Hemisphere comes to lay their eggs. These mumma turtles were born here as long as 80 years ago, hatched from a nest with roughly 100 siblings and made a scramble for the ocean. They survived the 1 in 1000 odds of surviving to maturity and now they use the Earth's magnetic field as an internal GPS to find their way back home and repeat the cycle.

Helping loggerhead turtles

From the very first summer Nev McLaughlin saw a loggerhead turtle slowly haul its massive body to nest on a sandy beach at Australia’s Southern Great Barrier Reef, something inside him clicked. It made him want to fight for the turtle species. Every year since that first 1970's trip, Nev and his wife Bev, have made it their mission to protect this majestic creature and rally around its survival. Their work takes place on the beaches in Deepwater National Park between Bundaberg and 1770

Great Barrier Reef

Every June and July, the elusive Dwarf Minke Whales find their way to the Great Barrier Reef in tropical North Queensland. This is the only place in the world where humans can come face-to-face with this highly interactive marine life species. Dive instructor Shona Whittaker shares her story about diving the Great Barrier Reef and swimming with Minke Whales.

Striped marlin feeding on sardines

Amazing footage of striped marlin feeding on sardine bait balls in Bahia Magdalena (Magbay), Baja California Sur. This striped marlin bait ball feeding phenomenon is a rare event that happens in certain years during the northern hemisphere autumn.

Striped marlin feeding on sardines

Great footage of striped marlin attacking sardine schools off Baja California, Mexico.

Deadly Sea Creature - Blue Angel

This Epic Wildlife video is about a strange sea creature called Glaucus Atlanticus, also known as the Blue Angel, Blue Dragon and Blue Sea Slug. It is beautiful but carries very strong venom and is therefore dangerous to handle or be stung by.

Be Crocwise

Important safety information about crocodiles.