Journey to Atlantis

"Journey to Atlantis" - Ocean Geographic

I have always wondered what the ocean was like 50 years ago, back when world population was just 3 billion - before the exploitation of commercial fisheries, before factory ships, before the birth of ego centric, gizmo centric sport fishers - the ocean surely must have been very different.  I imagined walls sharks, rays, tunas swirling among zillions of groupers, snappers and jacks, as far as the eye can see. As I had fallen in love with the ocean only in the late eighties, I was twenty years too late. Going back in time, was a dream…until recently.

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"Journey to Atlantis" - Ocean Geographic I have always wondered what the ocean was like 50 years ago, back...
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"Sharing with Sharks" - National Geographic In a surprising interaction at sea, colossal whale sharks home in on...
"Journey to Atlantis" - Ocean Geographic I have always wondered what the ocean was like 50 years ago, back...
article thumbnailMichael AW – selected as one of 40 world’s Most Influential Nature’s Photographer Outdoor Photographers ...
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