Arabia’s coral reefs are home to some of nature’s most impressive illusionists: Animals that can transform themselves in the blink of an eye, pulsate with color and engage in enthralling displays of showmanship.
The Exuma Cays are a remote wonder: hundreds of tiny islands extending south from the Bahamian Capital of Nassau. In the 1950’s, developers dreamed of developing this pristine, and largely unexplored region. But before construction could begin, the Bahamian government supported an expedition to c...
More than a tangle of roots growing out of swampy muck, the Mangroves are nurseries for the marine life of the Bahamas. More than 90% of the species of the Bahamas spend some part of their lives here. This is where baby sharks learn to hunt and young lobsters learn how to hide.
Once a hub of fruit and fishing activity, this island of the coast of Honduras now stands out as a vacation resort hot spot. But it’s not just the sun and sand that brings the tourists in droves. It’s actually a diver’s paradise with shipwrecks scattered from all corners of the the island.
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.