Crabby truths and myths
Summer has arrived in Europe, and during your vacations at the beach, your kids will probably chase crabs that will do their best to avoid being caught. A hilarious short film about “ugly square crabs in the murky waters” of the Gironde estuary, found by chance on the Internet, triggered our curiosity to learn more about these crustaceans that nobody seems to like. A story worth its weight in … shells and claws.
OCEAN71’s 1st anniversary
To celebrate our very first anniversary, we are offering a free subscription for every new subscriber, during a month.
Chañaral‘s agonising last breath
For the past 80 years, a new kind of beach is appearing in the north-western part of Chile. The blinding white stretches of sand that are so picturesque to the tourists visiting one of Chilean’s biodiversity hotspot are the local community’s curse: they hold levels of heavy metal that threaten the entire region. Read how the copper industry is slowly and silently killing Chañaral.
Full immersive views of the Arcachon Bay
With the summer season on our doorstep, the crew of OCEAN71 Magazine came up with a very innovative way to observe the sea.