"Marine organisms do not care about international boundaries; they move where they will." Paul Snelgrove, Oceanographer
How do we inspire people to learn about things they know nothing about, have never seen or experienced? We teach them, show them, help them experience them. While whales live in the oceans, we can start by reading about them, watching videos, etc. We can walk the oceans to be inspired to learn more about whales and how they live in the depths, hear the rocks tumble in the ebb and flow of the tides, feel the pebbles of sand as we walk toward a future saving species and organisms that freely assist ecosystems.
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Created with images by Lee Kelai - "Antarctica Humpback whale" • Nong Vang - "Now I can read in the dark." • Markus Spiske - "untitled image" • Felipe Elioenay - "Stones in hand" • Kelly Sikkema - "Blank Paper and Pencil" • Mathias Elle - "untitled image" • Dan DeAlmeida - "untitled image" • L.W. - "Iceland icebergs in water" • Gregory Culmer - "Seagull with Balmoral Island in the background. Photographed with manual focus 50mm lens. The Island is now owned by the sandals resort."