Join Us on Our Virtual Scavenger Hunt
#iSpy With My Fishy Eye
Will you be the one to "catch" the best images of fish and other marine creatures swimming around Zoe?
Follow the instructions below, watch the YouTube video, and catch some creatures.
Take screenshots and/or video clips with fish or other intriguing ocean action taking place in the #iSpy video below. Whoever catches the best images/video clips of interesting creature activity will win a Zoe hoodie from Shady Dog Design.
Required for Submission:
1. Label each image or video clip: your name_image#.
2. Submit as many catches as you can catch, there's no limit on number of submissions.
3. Images will be judged on:
See examples of what we're looking for below the video.
Below Are Submission Examples
When you identify the fish and organisms in your photos and video clips it helps build a database of the marine life attracted to the restoration site. Your documentation advances the research to develop more programs to restore coral reef ecosystems.
You are contributing to important investigation to create a world for coral reefs to flourish.
Now is a perfect time for Home Schoolers, STEAM researchers, environmental studies, divers, and all-around ocean lovers to easily get involved in coral conservation and ocean health.
During pandemic closures in Cozumel, an unprecedented reduction in human activities in and around Zoe - A Living Sea Sculpture are providing the opportunity to document shifts in marine activity, health, and seeds of recovery.
Our live stream is the only ocean webcam in Cozumel capturing daily video and audio recordings. With thousands of recorded hours on our YouTube channel yet to be sifted through for documenting surrounding reef life, we are certain to have sightings of ocean organisms doing extraordinary activities. So much imagery and data for art and science.
Let us know how our work can help you further your research, education, and curiosity. We love collaborations!