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National Geographic: Creatures of the Deep Collection [4 Discs] [DVD]

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Overview

Special Features

  • Closed Captioned

Synopsis

National Geographic: Tiger Shark - Predator Revealed
National Geographic: Devils of the Deep - Jumbo Squid
National Geographic: Killer Whales - Wolves of the Sea
Killer Whales have long been considered the wolves of the sea. Fierce predators, they often work in pacts to track and catch their prey. This National Geographic video beautifully details their hunting rituals, allowing the wildlife enthusiast to come face to face with these amazingly-intelligent and dangerous whales. Witness these huge whales hurling themselves onto a beach to snatch their unsuspecting prey and you will quickly discover how they earned their nickname. ~ Laura Mahnken, Rovi

National Geographic: Dolphins - The Wild Side
Dolphins are well known for their intelligence and shrewdness, but oft ignored is their wilder, more aggressive side. This hour-long exploration of the world of dolphins exposes the viewer to both sides of the dolphin through the extensive use of underwater-camera footage. Dolphins are shown hydroplaning after fish through ten inches of water, ramming into one other in a quarrel over females, and escaping a group of hungry orcas in Alaska. There is also a ruthless scene in which a group of dolphins insidiously surround a school of sardines, providing further evidence of the dolphin's wilder side. Along with the incredible cleverness of dolphins, National Geographic: Dolphins -- The Wild Side illustrates, through a number of real-life examples, the violence and anger these sea creatures express in fighting for mates, hunting for food, and battling with rival dolphin species. ~ John Schietinger, Rovi

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