ROV explores 1845 wreck of HMAS Terror

Parcs Canada and Inuit researchers recently explored the wreck of the HMAS Terror, stuck in sea ice in the North-West Passage during the Franklin Expedition of 1845. Their ROV has captured amazing images from inside the HMAS Terror, where artifacts have been incredibly well preserved thanks to the cold temperatures and layers of silt in Terror Bay, Nunavut Canada.

You Can’t See Me

Undersea Batemans Bay (3) – You can't see me.

Undersea Batemans Bay (3) – You can't see me!Enjoy 30 seconds in the Batemans Bay garden lair of a red rock cod filmed last week (July 2019). A great one for your kids and grandkids. There are at least six species of fish in this clip. See if you can find them and write them in a comment. Follow and like our page to see more in this series of underwater Batemans Bay videos as we explore and bring the bay to you.

Posted by Undersearov on Saturday, August 3, 2019

The Beat of the Drum

Batemans Bay Undersea (2) – The Beat of the Drum

Batemans Bay Undersea (2) – The Beat of the DrumThe second video in the Batemans Bay Undersea series. Silver drummer, also known as buffalo bream or buff bream, are common near kelp in the wave zone of the rocky headlands and islands in Batemans Bay. These powerfully built fish eat weed and can grow to 11kg or more.#batemansbay #eurobodalla #fishing #diving #undersearov #silverdrummer #underwater #underwatervideo #reef #tollgateIslands #unspoilteurobodalla #southcoast

Posted by Undersearov on Wednesday, July 17, 2019