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News, Nina News ♦ June 27, 2017

Nina Dobrev was hinting at a major project in partnership with Oceana recently via posts on her social media channels. It has now been confirmed that it is a documentary titled Our Planet: 360.

Nina was very upbeat about the quality of the documentary and her experience when filming it.

Nina has been spending more time sharing the sea with sharks for Our Planet: 360.

Nina also posted a close-up of a turtle; suggesting that the documentary will cover a wider spectrum of species beyond sharks.

Nina has clearly been having fun filming the documentary; as she continues to share amazing underwater diving photographs, while also promoting a beach clean-up to help save the lives of species who live underwater from entanglement on fishing lines.

2 minutes 15 seconds. That's how long I was able to hold my breath after my first lesson. Learning to free dive from a real life mermaid @oceanramsey #Repost @oceanramsey (@get_repost) ・・・ #FreedivingForACause Join us today for a reef and beach clean up from 11am to 2pm at Kahala Beach and win prizes and help #savetheocean #helpsavesharks #SaveTheSeaTurtles #savedolphins #savethereef #BeachCleanUp #reefcleanup Photo BTS @ourplanet360 @likemindedentertainment @oneoceandiving @oceana #SaveSharks piece with @nina @cheeklane @markkassen photo by @justinbuttsfilm Freediving to cut fishing line off the reef is a great way to increase your breath hold, just be careful to not pull the fishing line, always cut it and always dive with a buddy who also has a knife or scissors and watches you in case of entanglement. FOR MORE INFO ON BEACH CLEAN UP TODAY SEE: OneOceanConservation.Org 😊💙🌊

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It has not been confirmed how long the documentary will be or if it will be a virtual reality experience as the 360 within the title potentially hints at, although there are details gradually filtering through every few days, so there may be more news soon.

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