Naked Oceans ventures into the deep to find out how scientists are using cutting edge technologies to explore the darkest and most mysterious parts of the oceans. Sarah visits Scripps Institution of Oceanography and finds out how microbes cope with extreme life in the deep sea. And she got to play with some high-tech gadgets that bring samples back from the deep. We also find out find how researchers around the world are joining forces using the latest online social media tools to explore unchartered waters a long way down beneath the waves. And we meet an extraordinary bone-munching worm in Critter of the Month.
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Marine Reserves Coalition call for one third of British seas to be fully protected.
A Nature paper reveals an exciting fossil story that shows some very strange extinct marine invertebrates called anomalocaridids were around for a lot longer than we previously thought...
How do marine microbes cope with extreme life in the deep sea? And how do scientists study these challenging environments?
Pioneering exploration of Indonesia's deep sea uses latest social networking tools to link up a virtual global laboratory.
Bone eating zombie worms feature as our Critter of the Month