Photo & Video Log
This page contains photos and videos taken during the Bahamas Deep-Sea 2009 Exploration in March 2009. Click on any image to view a larger version and for additional information. If a movie camera icon is present, a video can be viewed by clicking on the image. Multiple video formats are available on the linked pages. If a Podcast icon is present, a video or audio file is available for download or you can subscribe to the RSS Podcast Feed.
If a slideshow icon is present, a visual log of exploration images can be viewed. You can scroll through them one by one, or select the play button for an automatic slideshow.
(HR) = "High Resolution" images available.Video & Slideshows
Several brittle stars have their arms wrapped around the branches of an octocorallian sea fan. (HR)
A sea spider creeps along the top of ridge at 1,960 meters depth in the Northeast Providence Channel. (HR)
A whip-like colony of a bamboo coral extends more than 2 meters from the face of a ledge at 1,700 meters depth. (HR)
An anglerfish swims up from its typical resting place on the bottom at about 1,400 meters depth in Exuma Sound. (HR)
A spiraling bamboo coral grows upward off a vertical wall at 1,500 meters depth; pink brittle stars and a large white sponge grow behind it. (HR)
A galatheid crab hangs on to a bamboo coral at 1,290 meters depth in the Northeast Providence Channel near Whale Cay. (HR)
Large branching bamboo corals flank a delicate chrysogorgiid coral, Metallogorgia melanotrichos. (HR)
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