jump to: index | Life on Land | Coral Reef | Life at Sea | Pelagic Species | Local Nature | Bioluminescence Benthic species from The Gulf of Mexico (Brine Pool, Garden Bank, Vioska Knoll, Green Canyon) and the Bahamas (Gouldings Cay, Little San Salvador) A few are from coral reefs, but most were found at depths from 1000 to 3000 feet.
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Ever dream of taking off for the equator, fixing up an old boat, and then sailing it off into the sunset? Well, a few years ago, a group lead by Moxie Marlinspike did just that. Under the banner of the Anarchist Yacht Club, they migrated to Florida, found and restored a boat that they named the Pestilence, then proceeded to sail it around the Bahamas. It’s the ultimate adventure, and luckily they captured their experience in the documentary Hold Fast . You can download a copy from their site, or stream it from Vimeo. Like this:
Kjetil Kjernsmo's illustrated guide on Finding the directions without a compass You are lost. I mean really lost.
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