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Deep Atlantic: Part I

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Catalogue Number:  BAM1103
Producer:  Blue Ant Media
Subject:  Biography, Documentary, Environmental Studies, Nature, Science
Language:  English
Grade Level:  9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin:  Canada
Copyright Year:  2020
Running Time:  60:00


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Underwater cameraman Ken O’Sullivan sets out on a series of voyages into the North Atlantic over two years from Ireland’s Atlantic coast to try and find some of the largest animals ever to have on planet Earth, blue and sperm whales and coral reefs, 3,000 metres down in dark, cold Atlantic waters, once regarded as the ‘place of the devil’.

Combining wildlife sequences of animals and behaviour filmed for the first time in any television documentary, with an enlightening, educational central narrative from passionate almost fervent scientists and people who’ve built their lives around the ocean, these two documentaries pay homage to our earliest sea farers and investigate the health of our deep Atlantic waters.



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