Paul Nicklen
@paulnicklen

It’s #GivingTuesday and I’m so excited to share a new @Sea_Legacy initiative — The Tide. Help the oceans not just today, but every day, by investing in them through a monthly giving program (link in bio) that pays back in exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of SeaLegacy expeditions and the inner workings of our tireless organization. Join us as our whole team explores and creates solutions for healthier oceans, and gain a backstage glimpse into our lives at the forefront of conservation. #TurningTheTide for the oceans. Thank you! || TO VIEW THE FULL VIDEO, click the link in our bio ||

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@tylerfrankie

2017.12.03. 22:52
I know you've said you'll be releasing footage soon, but I'm very curious as to how we have affected that dying polar bear. Is it POPs or something similar leading to less prey animals for the polar bear? Is it starving? Look forward to your explanation, and less so to the footage but people have emotional reactions to mammals dying, so hopefully it will shake foundations like you said. Immense respect for your work Paul! Keep it up!

@rileybrunner

2017.12.04. 01:52
Thank you for your initiative! I dream of dedicating my life to saving our ocean and your work continues to inspire me everyday.

@smokinfox

2017.12.04. 03:03
@starmanwelding

@amandabaptista1

2017.12.04. 03:43
Incredible! 🌊❤🌊

@christina.bodeen

2017.12.04. 08:42
@derek.bodeen

@jeimitaparra

2017.12.04. 11:54
😢😢😢☹☹☹

@jaiiiris

2017.12.04. 15:56
I always believe it helps even more to spread the word, if you do not join yourself, but give memberships as a present (ideally to someone who would maybe not join themselves). Is there a gift opt for joining the tide? I would very much like to forcibly "join" some of my family members, who, though nature lovers and everything, have not yet grasped the severity of the salmon farming issue @paulnicklen

@zeinawkhoury

2017.12.04. 18:57
Thank you for sharing this your hard work inspire us

@laura_santaaa

2017.12.04. 22:42
🙏🏼🙏🏼

@lacatnino

2017.12.05. 01:05
Thanks for your beautiful work!

@salaehya

2017.12.05. 02:01
Omg that Polar bear... 😢 that breaks my heart

@rafaelacarvalhaes

2017.12.05. 02:07
❄🌊🐟🐳🐟🌊❄

@ketonedbodies

2017.12.05. 02:22
Goosebumps!!!

@evan_auerphoto

2017.12.05. 02:48
👍

@sandra.gonzalez.c206

2017.12.05. 08:47
💪👌👏👏

@steve_yocom

2017.12.05. 15:24
Paul nicklen for pres!!!!

@dalton.cohen

2017.12.05. 20:54
I wanna join in

@michikm

2017.12.05. 21:34
Just signed up for monthly donations. Please keep doing what you are doing. You are one of my heroes. 🖤🙏🏻

@aimeemartinez26

2017.12.06. 03:17
@ajmiranda13 😌🙌🏻

@emeeky

2017.12.06. 23:22
ur my hero dude

@blvind

2017.12.07. 12:27
💙😍💙😍🔹🔹🔹

@mobilemillionaires

2017.12.07. 22:59
Cool!

@jessicabusque

2017.12.09. 07:28
You are heroes❤️

@forevermrsyou

2017.12.09. 08:51
@samciety

@alexiy77

2017.12.09. 15:23
Круто!

@avroraria

2017.12.09. 21:48
Спасибо Вам и Ваше команде, что оповещаете общественность. Какая красивая Наша Планета Земля особенно обитатели фауны. Спасибо Вам❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

@johana_9520

2017.12.10. 01:58
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻

@biitaaaa

2017.12.10. 04:50
@rambod398

@toby_green

2017.12.10. 11:23
@greenmantoby

@fryingpam

2017.12.10. 14:19
🖤

@gelfin_

2017.12.11. 00:41
@holdthesloane

@maria_ovch

2017.12.11. 08:46
"it's our invitation to you to come on an expedition with us" SIGN ME UP 🙋

@mnblkjpoi52

2017.12.11. 14:42
我來至台灣 有沒有方法能補救?

@oscaravi7989

2017.12.11. 21:07
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@banananiena

2017.12.11. 23:32
@paulnicklen Great work! Will definitely donate! Please also consider turning the tide in a major way by eating (more and more) plantbased for ecological and ethical reasons :)

@carlosbravo_

2017.12.12. 01:51
@laurisima_ llora conmigo :(

@jessvivanco

2017.12.12. 07:22
youre work and videos has inspired me in so many ways, thank you for sharing what you see✨

@shafiraivana

2017.12.12. 13:24
👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

@kasenfitness

2017.12.13. 20:33
@tri_vet let’s donate for Christmas.

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