About Brian Skerry

This October, join one of National Geographic’s most seasoned explorers, Brian Skerry, for an extraordinary experience as he explores the world’s oceans. 

Head to hidden worlds beneath the waves from Japan to New Zealand and meet some of the ocean’s most elusive creatures from manatees, sharks, harp seals, sea turtles and more, and find out how you can protect our world’s oceans.

The “Afghan Girl” Dolphin loading...
The “Afghan Girl” Dolphin
I often think of my work as a collection of moments in the sea.
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It’s Time for a Conversation
Breaking the communication barrier between dolphins and humans
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Meet Brian Skerry
Brian Skerry is a photojournalist specializing in marine wildlife and underwater environments. Since 1998 he has been a contract photographer for National Geographic magazine, covering a wide range of subjects and stories.
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Australia’s Newest Fish Species Fights By Kissing
Long the subject of local legend, the ‘blue bastard’ has been offically identified
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Starfish-Killing Robot To Save The Great Barrier Reef
In a world-first, the robot will battle an overpopulation of crown-of-thorns starfish
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Aussie Octopuses Seen Fighting Each Other
They appear to be using shells as weapons
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Australia Joins Worldwide Shark Survey
The “Global FinPrint” survey will provide essential data for shark conservation programs
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10 Things You Can Do to Save the Ocean
10 Things You Can Do to Save the Ocean article from Wicked Tuna on National Geographic Channel.

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