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Impressions of our expedition to Ouessant

"It was like floating in space with aliens."

One of the most impressive experiences was the encounter with a multitude of "Sea goose-berries"or "Comb jellies" (Pleurobrachia pileus) that surrounded us by thousands and immersed us in an extraterrestrial atmosphere with their shimmering colors. They are transparent carnivorous planktonic organisms (sometimes benthic) that move thanks to eight rows of ciliated combs.

This short film gives a small insight into this adventure.

We follow several biodiversity observation protocols and actively participate in monitoring the health of the ecosystems we cross. Data is shared with institutes and associations with which Watch The Sea cooperates.


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