After months of preparation and testing, it was a joy to hit the blue waters of Eilat in June to begin our very first puppet prototype filming in the Red Sea. We learned a lot from this round of diving and testing for a new underwater communications system, as well as moving with the puppet [...]
When underwater filmmaker Ziggy Livnat took his very first diving course in the Red Sea almost three decades ago, he couldn’t have known it would inspire a lifetime dedicated to underwater filmmaking and ocean conservancy. His charming and award-winning films have educated millions about coral reef and underwater ecosystems from Hawai’i and the Caribbean to [...]
Dear friends, I am excited to share with you that I've been recognized by the Society as a National Geographic Explorer. I plan to use my new affiliation to continue to promote ocean conservation on a larger scale, create more educational entertainment content and influence even wider audiences around the globe, in person and with [...]
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
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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