If you've always wanted to see Australia's Great Barrier Reef (perhaps from the water), but the expense, the long trip, or the prospect of being devoured by sharks has dissuaded you, there is one other way to take a look.

The World Wildlife Foundation is currently studying the effects of pollution on the Great Barrier Reef's estimated 6000 species. Part of that study involved fitting a sea turtle with a tiny GoPro camera for a turtle's eye view of the reef:

Having seen "Finding Nemo" a few more times than doctors might recommend, I will admit to being disappointed that the turtle seemed too busy to shout "Gnarly!"