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Wonders Below

Welcome to Wonders Below, a social enterprise by esteemed oceaneer Stephen Petith. This interactive initiative sets itself apart from others, introducing you to 360 different experiences that will have you immersed in the underwater world from the comfort of your home. You’ll witness creatures, plants and more from the deepest seas around the globe – some of which have barely ever been seen by human eyes. 

What You'll Experience at Wonders Below

Further Exploration

Nowadays, the advancement of technology allows us to explore deeper than ever. Greater imaging quality has allowed us to look at the ocean closely, understanding changes in this delicate environment.

A Full Picture

You can see some of these results for yourself in our immersive exhibition, which uses annotated augmented reality content and other high-tech features to introduce the seas as you've never seen them before.

Mapping the Oceans

Visitors can help to map and annotate the underwater world, allowing them to have a positive impact on this project and leave an imprint on an important body of work that will have vital importance for years to come.

Did you know?

The longest chain of mountains – at 56,000 kilometres! – in the world is under the sea.

The deepest underwater area, known as the Mariana Trench, is 11 kilometres down. You'd likely be crushed if you ever made it down that far, though.
The biggest ocean in the world, the Pacific, which covers a whopping 30 per cent of the globe, has more than 25,000 islands. It means 'peaceful sea' and is also wider than the moon in its widest part!
The ocean is responsible for creating 70 per cent of the world's oxygen because of all its phytoplankton marine plants.

Want to help?

Contact us to learn how you can support the development of Wonders Below.