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Channel: Natural World Facts
Categories: Biology   |   Environmental   |   Science  
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Migrations are a key to survival in the marine ecosystem. From whales and turtles to sardines, by travelling to different locations, nektonic animals stand better chances offinding food or a suitable place to breed and raise their young. In this video, well take a look at the migrations of nektonic organisms - animals that are able to actively swim and can undertake large-scale journeys around the world, covering larger distances than plankton and their predators.

Part 1 | Diel Vertical Migrations: https://youtu.be/WN89qh7aXNg

DEEP SEA HUB: https://naturalworldfacts.com/deep-sea-hub

00:00 - Introduction
01:06 - Chapter 1: Nektonic Adaptations - Why Animals Migrate
02:01 - Chapter 1: Nektonic Adaptations - Marine Mammals
02:31 - Chapter 1: Nektonic Adaptations - Migratory Fish
02:55 - Chapter 2: In Search of Sanctuary - The Sea Turtle Migration
04:00 - Chapter 2: In Search of Sanctuary - The Whale Migration
04:52 - Chapter 2: In Search of Sanctuary - The Whale Nursing Period
05:36 - Chapter 3: The Sardine Run - A Plentiful Feast
06:41 - Chapter 3: The Sardine Run - Nektonic Invertebrates
07:09 - Conclusion

Footage used belongs to Schmidt Ocean Institute, MBARI, OceanX and the Ocean Exploration Institute.

#deepsea #wildlife #nature #documentary #ocean #marinebiology #science #biology

Music in This Video:
Subterranean Howl by ELPHNT
Encounters by LEMMiNO
Sunn Forest by ELPHNT
Devoid by ELPHNT

Map graphic:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Drdmom6pak4

Resources:
https://www.rspb.org.uk/birds-and-wildlife/natures-home-magazine/birds-and-wildlife-articles/migration/through-the-oceans/
https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/12/101215102436.htm

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