04/09/2018

Tara is ready to leave the Pacific, anchored right at the entrance of the Panama canal

04/09/2018

Thibaut Pollina observes the biggest planktonic organisms visible to the naked eye captured during night sampling

04/09/2018

Engineers Amanda Elineau and Thibaut Pollina process sea water samples on Tara’s rear deck

04/09/2018

Every morning in Coiba, the Dolphin is lowered into the water for plankton sampling

04/09/2018

Tara at anchor in the archipelago of Coiba

04/09/2018

The chief engineer hands over the reins to his successor at the electrical panel in the rear hold

04/09/2018

Lost world atmosphere after the storm, in the archipelago of Coiba

04/09/2018

Tara at anchor in the archipelago of Coiba, shortly before the expedition's last dive

03/09/2018

One last look at the Island of Passion before starting to sail

03/09/2018

Time to leave Clipperton and head for Panama

03/09/2018

This booby made its nest out of plastic pieces found on Clipperton Island

22/08/2018

Daniel Cron assists Eric Clua in sampling a shark’s DNA

22/08/2018

Tara at sunset near Clipperton

22/08/2018

A log sheet filled out by the scientific team

22/08/2018

Preparing samples on the rear deck after diving

22/08/2018

A variety of waste covers Clipperton's shoreline

22/08/2018

Serge Planes, scientific director of the expedition, walks around the island

22/08/2018

The scientific team roams Clipperton for various on-land studies

22/08/2018

On board, Tara’s scientific team prepares test tubes for the next dives

22/08/2018

Clipperton hosts the largest colony of masked boobies in the world

22/08/2018

Tara in Clipperton

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