Deep Sea Exploration - 360 | Into Water

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Do you want to uncover the mysteries of the ocean? Well, this documentary gives you one of the most unique views of the ocean.

National Geographic’s installment of Into Water 360 series dives into the ocean and provides a 360 view. You can look around and gaze at the magnificent beauty.

This installment dives into the midwaters off the coast of California. Bioengineer and explorer Dr. Kakani Katija conducts deep water research and guides you through the documentary.

Dr. Kakani aims to study all aspects of life in the deep ocean and see how that knowledge can translate to technology and innovation.

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