Video excerpts: Census of Marine Life
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Video excerpts: Census of Marine Life

After a 10-year exploration, 2,700 scientists from 80 nations have reported the first Census of Marine Life, revealing what, where, and how much lives and hides in global oceans. Video shows scientists at work, beauty shots, marine life, and Arctic and Antarctic expeditions. (Census of Marine Life videos co-produced with National Geographic)

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