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INSPIRING REEF CONSERVATION SINCE 2005

For The Sea Productions was created by independent award-winning filmmaker Ziggy Livnat, MFA. We offer video and photos that we hope will engage, entertain, and raise awareness of the critical need for conservation of our planet’s largest ecosystem – the oceans.

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Ziggy’s Sea Slug Footage Getting National Exposure

June 13th, 2015|0 Comments

The Sea Slugs will make a special appearance on the “Moment In Nature” segment at the end of the CBS Sunday Morning Show this weekend (June 14th).  They are peculiar yet beautiful beings that come in […]

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For The Sea Has New Website

June 10th, 2015|0 Comments

While in Hawai’i this month, Ziggy had an opportunity to redesign the FTS website on a Word Press platform with help from the ohana. This will enable him and FTS to better communicate with friends around […]

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Visit For The Sea On Facebook

June 10th, 2015|0 Comments

FTS has a dynamic social networking, which you can participate with on Facebook! Please visit, like our page and share with your friends. See you ‘round the web.

Happy Oceans Day dear friends,
In previous Oceans days I posted about the affect of plastic or cool dolphins video but this year I would like to share with you a clip about a very little animal, the Sea Hare. Our oceans are such a complex inter species dependent that we are still far from understanding. We are a part of this interdependency and as such it is our privilege and duty to help. Even leaving the beach cleaner than we found it can even help one of these guys.

There are many kinds of Sea Hares large and small. They create a soft internal shell made of protein and their color corresponds with the color of the seaweed they eat. These fellows are about 2 inches long (5cm), filmed in the Red Sea. They have one of the funniest forms of swimming I ever encountered as you will see toward the end of the clip. Enjoy...
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There are many kinds of Sea Hares large and small. They create a soft internal shell made of protein and their color corresponds with the color of the seaweed they…

4 weeks ago

Harri Ghimpovici, Paulina Etchart and 22 others like this

Dee WescottYour videos are always magnificent! Mahalo for sharing.

4 weeks ago   ·  1

Jaystar TensileThanks, Zig!

4 weeks ago   ·  1

Crystal L Fortwanglerbeautiful. moving.

3 weeks ago   ·  1

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Ziggy Livnat - For The Sea Productions added 5 new photos.

My iguanas on CBS Sunday Morning this weekend!
I ventured to film land base animals for a change, for a friend's film titled "It Ain't Easy Being Green". I found the main difference is gravity. I enjoyed spending time and learning these funny dinosaur looking reptiles.

the iguana segment will be appearing on the “moment in nature segment” at the end of the CBS Sunday Morning. If you can't see it live I will post a link after the show.

I'll be back to my aquatic friends shortly :-)
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5 months ago

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Neil SoicherCongratulations!!

5 months ago   ·  1

Brad ZimbruNice pictures Ziggy.What camera did you use for the stills?

5 months ago   ·  1

Kate ReedLove it! This is the first time since we moved to PR that I wish we had TV channels:)

5 months ago   ·  1

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Dear Friends,
National Geographic Channel USA have just released a new show titled "Animal Superpowers" featuring my footage of an octopus hunting at night from Eilat, the Red Sea.

Missed the show on TV, no worries, here is the clip
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100 ft deep, the magical octopus catching a fish and carry it as it changes colors and shape.

6 months ago