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Daily Dose of Love: Summer School of Fish!

The Atlantic Blue Tang Clan School’s never fin-ished on explore’s Cayman Reef Cam, where you can get a reel education (I’m very sorry for these terrible jokes). So why do fish swim together, or “school”? Many reasons! There’s safety in numbers – it’s harder for a predator to single out a fish if it’s surrounded

Parrotfish on the Cayman Cam

Teen Cam Op Maddie Dives Right In

Teenage volunteer cam op Maddie brings spirit and energy to her role. But operating explore’s live cams isn’t the only time she works behind the camera; her photography is currently being exhibited at the Van Singel Fine Arts Center in Michigan! And since September 20th – 26th, 2015 is Mitochondrial Disease Awareness Week, we’d like

Maddie is passionate about animals

Meet our newest Cam Op, Maddie!

Our volunteer camera operators are the heart and soul of explore.org’s live cams. Most volunteers begin their journeys as fans who love to watch the cameras, to connect with the animals, places, and communities that are the live cam experience who now dedicate their time and efforts bringing the best and most beautiful footage to

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Blue Tang Transforms Before Your Eyes!

The Cayman Reef Cam boasts some pretty amazing creatures, from squid to scrawled filefish. Sometimes ocean life truly astounds, like the color-changing Blue Tang.

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Five Best Underwater Snapshots of the Week

It’s Friday… go ahead and float. These serene and beautiful photos from our Explore.org fans just keep us in the best mood. The snapshots come from our various underwater live cams (click the links below see them live for yourself!). Once again, our viewers prove they’re the best. Thank you all! (P.S. Check out the