Turtle Shot Movie About Great Barrier Reef


World Wildlife Fund experts posted a unique video, which lets to take a look at coral reefs and fish eyes of the sea turtle. To shoot the clip a GoPro camera was mounted on its shell. 

Unusual shooting took place on the Great Barrier Reef near the coast of Australia. Turtle-operator independently released from the camera in just three minutes, but the footage was saved by divers. Publication of a mini-movie should attract people's attention to the fate of the Great Barrier Reef and 6 000 species for which it is home, including the green sea turtle Chelonia mydas. The authors of the project also investigated the behavior of turtles in their natural habitat and the impact of climate change on their populations.