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We are a marine education non-profit, helping to support and contextualise the National Curriculum while also bringing the ocean into your classroom. As well as our weekly educational videos about different ocean themes, we aim to showcase exemplar learning resources from other partner organisations. As well as in-school presentations, workshops and assemblies, we also offer bespoke interactive livestreams, working with you to support in-class learning.

We are a marine education non-profit, helping to support and contextualise the National Curriculum while also bringing the ocean into your classroom. As well as our weekly educational videos about different ocean themes, we aim to showcase exemplar learning resources from other partner organisations. As well as in-school presentations, workshops and assemblies, we also offer bespoke interactive livestreams, working with you to support in-class learning.
Calculating speed in the ocean - what's the fastest sea creature?
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Calculating speed in the ocean - what's the fastest sea creature?

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Calculating speed can be tricky, especially when animals don’t move in straight lines and are all different sizes. Join Russell to find out we calculate the fastest sea creature - and I guaruntee you won’t guess the answer! PLEASE DONATE to help our - volunteer - team keep making content like this, what you give makes a huge difference CLICK https://www.paypal.me/incredibleoceans Russell Arnott: Masters in Oceanography, marine researcher at the University of Bath, board member of the European Marine Science Educators’ Association. Solaire James: film-maker and editor for 10 years, for both corporate and creative content, her passion lies with the ocean, the beauty of it and the protection of it. The team at not-for-profit Incredible Oceans https://incredibleoceans.org/contact PROGRAMME INFORMATION: Incredible Oceans theme song: Buddha Triangle Typeface: Nils Cordes Science Below Water theme song: Casa Bonita Pebble animation: Gina Gow Send any photos or questions to the team to frontdesk@incredibleoceans.org Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok! https://linktr.ee/incredoceans
How do marine animals keep warm?
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How do marine animals keep warm?

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From cuddly otters to fearless sharks we learn about skin, blubber, hair and counter current heat exchange. Russell answers the question, how do marine animals keep warm? Russell Arnott: Masters in Oceanography, marine researcher at the University of Bath, board member of the European Marine Science Educators’ Association. PLEASE DONATE to help our - volunteer - team keep making content like this, what you give makes a huge difference CLICK https://www.paypal.me/incredibleoceans The team at not-for-profit Incredible Oceans https://incredibleoceans.org/contact We are Incredible Oceans, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to educating the public about our ocean environment through events and online learning. Subscribe for NEW OCEAN LITERACY VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY AT 3PM! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqfi… Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok! https://linktr.ee/incredoceans Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok! https://linktr.ee/incredoceans
15 Sounds Making Our Ocean Noisy!
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15 Sounds Making Our Ocean Noisy!

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How LOUD is our ocean? What sounds are making our ocean noisy? Join Russell, to find out where all this ocean noise is coming from. Russell Arnott: Masters in Oceanography, marine researcher at the University of Bath, board member of the European Marine Science Educators’ Association. Many thanks to Dr Philippe Blondel from the Department of Physics, University of Bath, UK. https://people.bath.ac.uk/pyspb/resea… And Michael Stocker from Ocean Conservation Research, CA, USA. https://ocr.org for their kindly permitting us to use their sound files! We are Incredible Oceans, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to educating the public about our ocean environment through events and online learning. Subscribe for NEW OCEAN LITERACY VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY AT 3PM! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqfi… The team: https://incredibleoceans.org/contact
How do we explore the ocean depths?
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How do we explore the ocean depths?

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The ocean depths are vast and mysterious places. It’s no suprise we’ve yet to explore so much! Join Russell to find out how scientists explore the ocean depths! Russell Arnott: Masters in Oceanography, marine researcher at the University of Bath, board member of the European Marine Science Educators’ Association. We are Incredible Oceans, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to educating the public about our ocean environment through events and online learning. Subscribe for NEW OCEAN LITERACY VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY AT 3PM! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqfi… The team: https://incredibleoceans.org/contact PLEASE DONATE to help our team keep making content like this, what you give makes a huge difference CLICK https://www.paypal.me/incredibleoceans Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok! https://linktr.ee/incredoceans
How do we explore the ocean depths
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How do we explore the ocean depths

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The ocean depths are vast and mysterious places. It’s no suprise we’ve yet to explore so much! Join Russell to find out how scientists explore the ocean depths! We are Incredible Oceans, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to educating the public about our ocean environment through events and online learning. Subscribe for NEW OCEAN LITERACY VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY AT 3PM! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqfi… The team: https://incredibleoceans.org/contact PLEASE DONATE to help our team keep making content like this, what you give makes a huge difference CLICK https://www.paypal.me/incredibleoceans Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok! https://linktr.ee/incredoceans
Why are plankton different shapes?
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Why are plankton different shapes?

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Despite plankton being one of the most important group of organisms on our planet, we’re still finding new things our about them all the time. Why are plankton different shapes? Here, Russell talks through the focus of plankton research at the University of Bath, UK and Umeå University, Sweden. Russell Arnott: Masters in Oceanography, marine researcher at the University of Bath, board member of the European Marine Science Educators’ Association. We are Incredible Oceans, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to educating the public about our ocean environment through events and online learning. Subscribe for NEW OCEAN LITERACY VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY AT 3PM! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqfi… The team: https://incredibleoceans.org/contact PLEASE DONATE to help our team keep making content like this, what you give makes a huge difference CLICK https://www.paypal.me/incredibleoceans Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok! https://linktr.ee/incredoceans
How do Turtles find their way home?
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How do Turtles find their way home?

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How do Turtles find their way home? Russell explains how these ancient beings navigate across the globe, back to the very coastline they were born on! PLEASE DONATE to help our - volunteer - team keep making content like this, what you give makes a huge difference CLICK https://www.paypal.me/incredibleoceans Russell Arnott: Masters in Oceanography, marine researcher at the University of Bath, board member of the European Marine Science Educators’ Association. The team at not-for-profit Incredible Oceans https://incredibleoceans.org/contactWe are Incredible Oceans, a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to educating the public about our ocean environment through events and online learning. Subscribe for NEW OCEAN LITERACY VIDEOS EVERY THURSDAY AT 3PM! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqfi… The team: https://incredibleoceans.org/contact Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok! https://linktr.ee/incredoceans