2.Visiting Landschaftspark in Duisburg, Germany
3.Diving Past Boundaries: Scuba as Therapy
4.This Is the Only School for Refugees in the U.S.
5. Five Natural Wonders to Visit in the Dominican Republic
6.Walking (and Sandboarding) the Dunes of Baní
7.Seeing the Dominican Republic from Mount Isabel de Torres
8.A Shipwreck Creates an Underwater Museum in the Dominican Republic
9.A Trip to the Magic Mushroom
10.Untangling the Roots of Dominican Hair
11.Dive Into Budapest’s Hidden Underwater World
12.The Model Shipbuilder Carrying on Macao’s Proud Seafaring Tradition
13.Aquatic Affection: How a Scuba Diver Found a Good Friend Under the Sea
14.Going Deep for Clues: This Investigator Solves Crimes Underwater
15.Dominican Republic’s Tradition of Mask Making
16.Becoming King of the Lionfish to Save the Ocean
17.Livin’ the Dream With YouTube’s Most Popular Treasure Hunter
18.The Future of Farming Is Underwater
19.Riding Silk: Swimming with Horses in Jamaica
20.What It Feels Like To Scuba Dive In The Earth's Coldest Waters
21.The Cityscape Savant: Drawing Our World Entirely By Memory
22.The Most Detailed Paper Plane in the World
23.Finding Music After Battling Brain Disease
24.The Part-Time Heroes Protecting Our Oceans: A Great Big Film
25.A Healing Castle of Fluffy Cotton ... Or Is It?
Known as the underwater Indiana Jones, Dr. Charles Beeker has been investigating shipwrecks since the 1960s. Unfortunately, these portholes to the past are vanishing as marine salvage operators and hobby divers are plucking treasures from these sites. On a quest to put an end to the pilfering, the underwater archeologist is currently working with the government of the Dominican Republic to preserve and protect shipwrecks, creating the first of many living museum sites that all divers can explore for years to come.
This Great Big Story was made possible by Dominican Republic Tourism.
Bayahibe, Dominican RepublicFull Map
10 videos | 25 min
4 videos | 11 min
9 videos | 25 min
3 videos | 7 min