To celebrate World Oceans Day this year, we asked people across the world to show their support for ocean protection by painting themselves blue and performing human waves!
From Russia to Senegal, New Zealand to Chile, and Bulgaria to Thailand, people took action in fun and creative ways in 25 countries across all seven continents (yep, even Antarctica!), to show world leaders we care about our oceans.
Have a flick through our gallery of photos from around the world, and why not join in for our next activity?!
Volunteers creating a blue heart for the oceans in Giannella, Tuscany, Italy.
Performing a human wave in Byblos, Lebanon
Painting their faces blue ready to do a human wave in front of the Hassan II mosque in Casablanca, Morocco:
Performing a human wave in Parque del Retiro, Madrid, Spain
Posing for photos before doing a human wave outside the UK Parliament in London
Bringing in the blues in Douala, Cameroon
Posing for a group shot in Johannesburg, South Africa
Volunteers with creative ocean-themed face paint in Jakarta, Indonesia:
A wave of blue ribbons in Mexico City, Mexico:
Using lights to display “Protect the Oceans” in Hebrew in Tel Aviv, Israel
Performing a human wave in Punta Arenas, Chile
And with blue face paint in Salta, Argentina
Even better check out our video of some of the best waves from the day!