- SKU: 19229395
- Release Date: 07/12/2011
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This National Geographic documentary examines the numerous species of aquatic life that use the oceans' currents to travel the globe. Cameras follow several of these underwater highways, showing sea turtles, portuguese men-of-war, giant squid and the hundreds of other creatures as they chase and prey on each other. ~ Ed Atkinson, Rovi
National Geographic: Jewels of the Caribbean Sea
The next best thing to snorkeling in the Caribbean is an up close look through #National Geographic's camera at what lies beneath the sea. From mammals to coral, the brilliant life in these shimmering blue waters is captured in all its variety. You can see a baby sperm whale romping near the surface, watch the lumbering manatee settle down to sleep, and see the ever popular dolphins at play. The reef shark and barracuda are vivid reminders of how life is not merely a show, but is also a fight for survival. You will also discover the story behind the coral reefs, which are more than just a stunning underwater landscape--these living factories record their own evolution over the centuries. See the exotic, the beautiful, and the strong come together in this look at the intriguing world below the sea. ~ Gayla Mills, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- Keith David