Over 50 videos to enrich your experience!
The free Atlas of Seas & Oceans app unlocks more than 50 clips by making eye-contact with the illustrations on the spreads.
Your smartphone or tablet will allow you to play the videos by making eye contact with the illustrations. Just click on the red dots and enjoy the show.
This app was developed by Luke Smith.

Video credits:
Videos: NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration), USA; Nautilus.org; Shutterstock; Pexels
Audios: YouTube Audio Library; filmmusic.io (CC BY Creative Commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/))
In detail:
Pages 6-7: Pacific Sea nettle video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io / “Gymnopédie” by Sascha Ende (www.sascha-ende.de), CC BY; Commerson's dolphin video: Shutterstock / Matyas Rehak; audio: filmmusic.io / “Blue Ska” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), CC BY; Barracuda video: Shutterstock / SASER; audio: YouTube Audio Library
8-9: Polar Bear video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Beluga video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Peaceful” by Luca Fraula (www.lucafraula.it), CC BY; Walrus video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library
10-11: Krill video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Lunge feeding video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Northern fur seal video: Shutterstock / VIDEODIVE; audio: YouTube Audio Library
12-13: Giant octopus video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Marine iguana video: Shutterstock / sunsinger; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Sally lightfoot crab video: Shutterstock / Pronghorn Productions; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Hawaiian monk seal video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library 
14-15: Barnacles shore crab video: Shutterstock / Grigoryeva Photo Video; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Red sea anemone video: Shutterstock / VCNW; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Nudibranchs video: Shutterstock / Rob Jacobs; audio: YouTube Audio Library
16-17: Giant tube worms video: NautilusLive.org; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Deep ocean creatures video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io /
“The Return” by Alexander Nakarada (serpentsoundstudios.com/), CC BY; Gulper eel video: NautilusLive.org; audio: filmmusic.io/“Ice And Snow” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY”
18-19: Kelp forest video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Giant sea bass video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Leopard shark video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Oppressive Gloom” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), CC BY”
20-21: Green sea turtle video: Tom Fisk / Pexels; audio: filmmusic.io /“Emotional Blockbuster 2” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY;
Clown fish, sea anemone video: Tom Fisk / Pexels; audio: YouTube Audio Library
22-23: Leatherback sea turtle video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Manatees video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io /“New Sky” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY;
Southern right whale video: Shutterstock / TheSharpShooter; audio: filmmusic.io/“Superepic” by Alexander Nakarada (serpentsoundstudios.com), CC BY
24-25: Mahi mahi video: Shutterstock / Starbird Productions; audio: filmmusic.io/“Ishikari Lore” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), CC BY;
Sailfish (marlin) video: Shutterstock / Starbird Productions; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Sargasso sea video: Shutterstock / Mike Fouque; audio: filmmusic.io/“The Gigantic Epic Day After Tomorrow” by Sascha Ende (sascha-ende.de), CC BY
26-27: Bluefin tuna video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Electric Cellos” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net)
License: CC BYSeahorse video: Shutterstock / Kurakin Alexander; audio: filmmusic.io/“Run Amok” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), CC BY; Monk seal video: Shutterstock / BlackBoxGuild; audio: YouTube Audio Library
28-29: Anglerfish video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Bioluminescence video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Uplifting Blockbuster” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY
30-31: Hawksbill turtle video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Aquarium” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), CC BY; Bottlenose dolphin video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Fun And Games” by Claus Appel, CC BY; Lionfish video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Doomsday Clock” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY
32-33: Giant catfish video: Shutterstock/fajarbudi86; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Mekong delta video: Shutterstock/Darren Baker; audio: filmmusic.io/“Danceatmidnight” by Lilo Sound (electronicmoods.wordpress.com), CC BY
34-35: Pharaoh’s cuttlefish video: Shutterstock/Dreks; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Royal angelfish video: Shutterstock/Undersea; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Dugong video: Shutterstock/Verde Massimo; audio: filmmusic.io/“Plucky Daisy” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) CC BY
36-37: Sawfish video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Land Of Pirates” by Alexander Nakarada (serpentsoundstudios.com), CC BY;
Mangrove forest video: Shutterstock/Banana Republic images; audio: filmmusic.io/“Inspiring Teaser” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY
38-39: Emperor penguin video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Lurking Sloth” by Alexander Nakarada (serpentsoundstudios.com), CC BY;
Adélie Penguin video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library
40-41: Killer whales video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Heroes In The Sky” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY; Blue whale video: Shutterstock/Anton Rodionov; audio: filmmusic.io/“Raven” by Mikael Hellman (soundcloud.com/muzicaed), CC BY
42-43: Wreck of the D.M. Wilson video: NOAA; audio: YouTube Audio Library; Ocean exploration video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“Upbeat Piano” by Rafael Krux (www.orchestralis.net), CC BY
44-45: Conservation videos: “Three whales” by Birdi/Pexels; “Pollution” by NOAA; “Tropical yellow fish” by Tom Fisk/Pexels;
“Beach cleaning” by Shuterstock/jesterpop; audio: YouTube Audio Library; filmmusic.io / “Inspirational Adventure” by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net) CC BY; Coral disease video: NOAA; audio: filmmusic.io/“The Land Of The Dead “ by Rafael Krux (orchestralis.net), CC BY

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