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Under The Sea

Dive into a world of underwater wonders with a vast selection of programming that focuses on the rarely-seen world beneath the seas.

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  • Bonaire National Marine Park


    Deep in the South Caribbean Sea we explore the protected waters of the Bonaire National Marine Park; home to thriving reefs, endangered sea turtles, sprawling mangroves and a plethora of marine life.

  • Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary


    On the West Coast of the United States, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary is the largest marine sanctuary in the country - home to 525 species of fish, and a massive, underwater Kelp forest.

  • The Mesoamerican Reef


    The Mesoamerican Reef is a pristine ocean ecosystem- but after decades of overfishing and tourist activity, much of this reef is in jeopardy. Today, a series of multi-national Ocean Parks line the reef, each at different stages of development. These Parks are monitored by Ocean advocates dedicate...

  • Ocean Oddballs


    Strange Creatures “Ocean Oddballs” is about some of the bizarre and amazing animals that live under the sea. Living in highly competitive environments has meant that their evolutionary path has taken strange twists and turns, from having forelimbs that are faster than a bullet, to being able to h...

  • The Blue Lagoon


    Nestled on the western coast of South Africa lies an extraordinary cove which is host to an abundance of marine and bird life, catering for scores of visitors as well as many permanent residents. It provides ample food and spurring a life cycle that reaches well beyond Africa. This is the Blue La...

  • North Sea Adventure


    From the fjords of Norway to the white cliffs of Dover, hardly any other ocean outside the tropics contains so much biodiversity as the North Sea. This shallow sea is one of Europe's last large natural biospheres and home to the worlds northernmost coral reefs. Join underwater filmmakers and mari...

  • Sperm Whale Oasis


    Off the coast of the Azores archipelago exists a mid-Atlantic oasis for the giants of sea to hunt and play. The violent history of these waters as a whaling hotspot has since transformed into a centre for scientific research and ecotourism.

  • Realm of the Killer Whales


    Filmmaker Feodor Pitcairn teams up with a group of marine biologists studying a pod of orcas off the coast of Vancouver Island. Discover the unique behaviour of these highly intelligent, but exceptionally shy mammals who live and play along the shores of the Pacific.

  • Wild Sharks


    Explore the shallow waters and treacherous ocean reefs where some of the deadliest species of shark lie in wait. Watch diving specialists literally stare into the very jaws of death in order to understand the physical and behavioural patterns of these dangerous ocean predators.

  • Life 2000 Meters Under the Sea


    Follow unmanned submersibles as they dive to incredible depths. Discover the fascinating animal life that roam the ocean floor and uncover their secrets to the origin of all life on this planet.

  • Acid Ocean


    Uncover the devastating effects CO2 emissions have on the oceans coral reefs. As the foundation for the seas food chain, the diminishing reefs represent a possible collapse of aquatic life. What can be done to avoid this alarming scenario?

  • Ocean Voyagers

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    Witness the touching story of a mother humpback whale and her newborn son as they explore the ocean depths together. The mother must care for and protect her child as they pass through perilous waters notorious for sharks and whalers. Narrated by Meryl Streep.

  • Aliens of the Deep


    Dive in to the deep and investigate the most fascinating creature in the ocean: the octopus. With three hearts, nine brains, eight arms and no skeleton, discover the physiological and neurological wonders of these tentacled extra-terrestrials.