We caught it on camera!

For Our Biodiversity Project, we were split into three teams competing to find the spot in the ocean with the most biodiversity. We started swimming, scoping out the waters to find the best place to leave our GoPros. We had to decide a good angle to view the variety of organisms for just one hour. Once we all picked our location, it was a waiting game. We all waited for one hour and then swam back out to collect our GoPros and to see what we captured during that hour. We then spent the next three days checking out what we caught on tape and it was SO cool. During those three days, we identified each organism we caught on camera and were able to see the biodiversity in the Pacific Oceans of Kwajalein Atoll.

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