A dead Laysan Albatross chick with seven bottle tops in its gullet. Adult Albatross feed on flying fish eggs that the adult fish attach to floating debris. © Tom Ordway, Ocean Futures Society
Albatross amidst native grass and sand on Laysan Island. © Nan Marr, Ocean Futures Society
Jean-Michel Cousteau stands next to remnants of a guano pile left from the 1920's mining operations. © Tom Ordway, Ocean Futures Society
Chief Diver Blair Mott returns from his dive in Laysan Lake while being filmed by both teams. © Nan Marr, Ocean Futures Society
An Albatross chick on a dwindling nest waits for its parents to return with food. © Nan Marr, Ocean Futures Society
Laysan Albatross chicks practice flying with outstretched wings. © Nan Marr, Ocean Futures Society
Jean-Michel Cousteau assigns Chief Diver Blair Mott with the task of diving in Laysan Lake, a hyper saline lake, to film brine shrimp. © Nan Marr, Ocean Futures Society
Filming the cave formations on the Western most tip of Maro Reef, cinematographer Yves Lefevre captures Jean-Michel Cousteau and expedition dive team member Holly Lohuis examining the diversity of "macro" life clinging to the underside of the ledge. ©: Tom Ordway, Ocean Futures Society
The Ocean Futures Society expedition team arrives on Laysan Island by zodiac, to meet and plan the day with USFWS and NMFS personnel stationed there. © Nan Marr, Ocean Futures Society
Jean-Michel Cousteau and expedition team member Tove Petterson accompany Chief Diver Blair Mott as he prepares to dive the hyper saline lake of Laysan Island. © Nan Marr, Ocean Futures Society
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