Each night in every ocean the largest migration on Earth occurs, called the Vertical Migration. It is where plankton and pelagic animals rise and fall in the water column from the depths to feed, or be fed upon in the cloak of night. Our oceans produce about 50% of the oxygen we breathe. Most of these creatures are larval stages, no bigger than a pinhead or less than an inch, photographed over depths of 600-750' off West Palm Beach, Florida in the Gulf Stream current. These creatures are completely fascinating and are fast luring scientists all over the world to watch our in-situ posts online.