My Octopus Teacher has captivated millions as they followed Craig Foster, one of the world’s leading natural history filmmakers, and Ross Frylinck, both co-founders of the Sea Change Project and both of whom dive without wetsuits or oxygen tanks, spend a year with a wild octopus.
Through this regular intensive immersion, Foster has uncovered a plethora of new animal behaviors and species, one of which is a shrimp that has been named after him: Heteromysis Fosteri. Now, in their new book Underwater Wild, the divers behind the film reveal a new vision of the sea, one full of wonder, new insights into marine biology, and life-changing teachings for even the most land-bound of us. Those of you who long to connect with the natural world won’t want to miss this immersive conversation!
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