We leave you this "Sunday Morning" with views of the sea life and stunning scenery in the waters off Puerto Rico. Videographer: Ziggy Livnat. http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/nature-caribbean-sea/
The Mangroves of Puerto Rico will appear on the “Moment In Nature” segment at the end of the CBS Sunday Morning Show this weekend (July 26th). It is a magical and important ecosystem. Home to many juveniles that will later inhabit the coral reefs. The mangroves of Guayama and La Parguera had the best visibility I ever encountered. Catch it live or watch [...]
The first episode of season one follows the adaptation varieties of octopus in the Red Sea. they are the masters of camouflage, have Three hearts, swim with a jet like engine and simultaneously control hundreds of suction cups located on their eight arms. YNET Octopus Episode & Article Watch Octopus Episode In HD
Ziggy, the underwater videographer and producer of For The Sea, has been working on a fresh marine conservation video series for Israel’s largest news website, YNET. Funding for the first season of 12 shorts secured thanks to the support the Ben-Gurion University in the Negev. The episodes explore a marine animal or marine related issue in a musical video [...]
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 many shapes and colors, slowly making their way cleaning the ocean’s floor. I had the pleasure to film many Sea [...]
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 the world. Please take the time to visit the new pages, view our many videos and photos and share this [...]
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An ocean conservation focused business is really a labor of love and mostly a non-profit operation. FTS’s projects go to support marine protection, science, education initiatives and help develop ecosystem aware communities where sensitive environments are enjoyed, impacted or threatened. To do this work, many of FTS’s projects qualify for non-profit status and support. We [...]