The Ocean

World Oceans Day photo competition winners showcase the wonders of our blue planet

This year, the World Oceans Day 2022 theme is 'Revitalization: Collective Action for the Ocean'. Image: Unsplash/Ant Rozetsky

Olivia Rosane

Freelance Reporter, Ecowatch


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“Ocean Lotus Leaf”. Image: Nguyen Vu

Members of the nomadic Bajau people. Image: Supachai Veerayutthanon

Marine-protected areas are vital. Image: Nicolas Hahn

Marine biologist Adriana Campili, hard at work. Image: Giacomo d’Orlando

A jellyfish floats under the ice - image by Viktor Lyaguskin of Georgia for World Oceans Day event Image: Viktor Lyaguskin

'Ghost nets are one of the deadliest forms of marine pollution in the Thai oceans.' Image: Aunk Horwang

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