(ANSA) - PISA, 20 MAY - "Oceans, the last frontier" is the photographic exhibition dedicated to the exploration of the seas, staged by pioneers such as Jacques-Yves Cousteau and Sylvia Earle, historical explorer of National Geographic and one of the first women to dedicate themselves to oceanography. at Palazzo Blu in Pisa in collaboration with National Geographic and open from tomorrow to September 4th.
"We will meet the most fascinating species of the abysses, from gigantic marine mammals to the most ferocious predators - explains a note from the Pisan museum - but also carpets of seaweed where fish reproduce and feed, as well as coral reefs. With a special section dedicated to the inhabitants of the Mediterranean" .
In addition to the exhibition, scattered around and there in the museum rooms there will be objects of everyday use by now worn out:
"An initiative - concludes Palazzo Blu - to sensitize people to a conscious use of plastic".
"Postponed in 2020 due to the pandemic and the consequent lockdown - underlines Stefano Del Corso, president of Fondazione Pisa, owner of the museum - the exhibition is a photographic project of great visual impact that leads to the discovery of the marine expanses, their depths and the animal species that inhabit them . But also the occasion to remember the great deeds accomplished by men and women who explored the ocean depths, to discover their mysteries and put themselves to the test ".