Corals in Motion Timelapse Video

Marine Biologists together with PhD student Daniel Stoupin has created a fantastic time-lapse video recording of Great Barrier Reef’s sponges and corals on a high magnification, showing the world involving colors and shapes that features the biodiversity of generally the largest coral reef ecosystem of the world.

Its actual footage was made up of 150,000 photos put altogether to produce a single video of barely over 3 mins in length, and needed more than 9 months to do with preparation and assessment to be able to finalize. Within the actual video, you will see the “slow life” of such underwater species unveiled in high-magnification, shifting and undulating around their own natural habitat.