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INSPIRING REEF CONSERVATION SINCE 2000

For The Sea Productions was created by independent award-winning underwater filmmaker, National Geographic Explorer and ocean motivational speaker 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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For The Sea Featured on U.N. World Ocean Day

June 8th, 2020|Comments Off on For The Sea Featured on U.N. World Ocean Day

  For The Sea is honored to take part in the U.N. World Ocean Day. All of our short films are featured on the U.N. World Ocean Day website. The U.N. World Ocean Day Website

Sharks on CBS Sunday Morning

June 8th, 2020|Comments Off on Sharks on CBS Sunday Morning

The amazing shark of the Beqa Lagoon, Fiji. No protection, just respect. Special thanks to the Pacific Blue Foundation Here is the link

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2 months ago

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"Sunday Morning" takes us to Beqa Lagoon in Fiji, where sharks are enjoying a quick taste of .... my camera.

It was not aggressive in any way, she was just trying to figure out what is this thing that generates an electric field.

I had an amazing time on Beqa, diving, meeting the locals, giving presentations in school and the community, and support the important conservation work of the Pacific Blue Foundation (much love brother Sefano Moon Katz) and the Beqa Lagoon Resort / dive operation.
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2 months ago

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I would like to thank the U.S. Embassy Jerusalem for caring and creating this important video in celebration of World Ocean Day .

תודות לשגרירות ארצות הברית בישראל על המעורבות, הדאגה לים ויצירת וידאו חשוב זה לכבוד יום האוקיינוסים העולמי
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On this World Oceans Day, we all take action.

11 months ago

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It is always such a pleasure for me to discuss ocean and education via skype with grad students. This time I was inspired by students of the “Education for Sustainability” course taught by Professor Jorge Baxter at the University of Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia. ... See MoreSee Less

It is always such a pleasure for me to discuss ocean and education via skype with grad students. This time I was inspired by students of the “Education for Sustainability” course taught by Professor Jorge Baxter at the University of Los Andes, Bogota, Colombia.

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Ziggy u inspired us! You do important and beautiful work and with authenticity that is contagious! Thanks for sharing !

12 months ago

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This beautiful, yet strange looking, Devil Scorpionfish is a resident of the Red Sea. They are a rare find so when I see them, I enjoy spending time and look at them walk with their fork like side fins turned legs. I have never seen a scorpion fish arching its back in a yoga pose before, any suggestions?

היפיוף הזה הוא חבר במשפחת העקרבנונים באילת. לֹא קל למצוא אותם ולכן כשמתמזל מזלי אני נוהג לשבת ליד ולהסתכל בפליאה על איך שהדג הזה הולך בעזרת סנפירי צד שהפכו לרגליים ונראים כמזלגות. מה שאף פעם לא ראיתי קודם זה עקרבנון מתרגל יוגה. יש למישהו מושג מה הדג עושה?
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This beautiful, yet strange looking, Devil Scorpionfish is a resident of the Red Sea. They are a rare find so when I see them, I enjoy spending time and look at them walk with their fork like side fins turned legs. I have never seen a scorpion fish arching its back in a yoga pose before, any suggestions?

היפיוף הזה הוא חבר במשפחת העקרבנונים באילת. לֹא קל למצוא אותם ולכן כשמתמזל מזלי אני נוהג לשבת ליד ולהסתכל בפליאה על איך שהדג הזה הולך בעזרת סנפירי צד שהפכו לרגליים ונראים כמזלגות. מה שאף פעם לא ראיתי קודם זה עקרבנון מתרגל יוגה. יש למישהו מושג מה הדג עושה?Image attachment
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