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Dive with us into the ocean twilight zone—the weirdest place on Earth. This vast, dark, barely explored layer of the ocean is home to countless weirdly wonderful creatures whose uniqueness also gives them superpowers to survive in a world of darkness, extreme pressure, frigid cold, and superpowered predators. The twilight zone is a place of wonder, mystery, and abundance that reminds us our choices mean the difference between a future of loss and sustainability.


Season 3, Episode 5
Originally aired June 9, 2021
Speakers & Host:
Joel Llopiz

Fish Biologist, WHOI

Vincent Pieribone
Vincent Pieribone

Vice Chairman, OceanX and Director, John B. Pierce Laboratory, Yale University

Heidi Sosik

Heidi Sosik, OTZ Lead Scientist and Biologist, WHOI

volcanoes
seabirds
Becoming a Marine Biologist
arctic
Robots
ocean plastics
Jellies
Hydrothermal vents Ocean Encounters event title
heatwaves
Giving Reefs a Chance
From Sea to Stars
Weirdly Wonderful
Alvin
Radiation
Right Whale
Ocean Conservation
Enchanted Ocean
Sea Change
Stories we tell
Hurricanes
Ocean Beyond Earth
Corals in Crisis
The Future Ocean
Sharks
The Science of Shipwrecks
Exploring Inner and Outer Space
Window into the Twilight Zone