Art and science combine in the animation, Krill sex.
In 2010 the entire mating dance of Euphausia superba (Antarctic krill) is observed for the first time on the sea floor around Antarctica. Krill mating was not expected to occur at ocean depth. This finding is expressed through art and scientific data, allowing scientists to inspire, as well as inform policy makers to recommend protection of this region.
Key message: There are certain places where people must not intrude, in order to sustain life within natural limits.