Ocean Odyssey 1x52
Commissioned for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., Ocean Odyssey takes viewers to some of the world’s most remote and magical ocean places. See tiny damselfish in their splendid coral reef habitat. See sperm whales up close, and witness the graceful ballet of giant manta rays. Discover ocean oddities such as the marine iguanas of the Galapagos, the only seagoing lizards, and the huge Mola Mola, an ocean sunfish found off the coast of California that reaches spans of up to fourteen feet. Watch whale sharks cruising through the mist at a spawning event in Belize, and a pugnacious garibaldi fish defending his nest near Monterey Bay. The film includes footage from the Galapagos, Raja Ampat, the Maldives, the Azores, Hawaii, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, the Channel Islands, British Columbia, the Gulf of Mexico, French Polynesia, and Belize.
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