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    The shark, being at the centre of many myths and legends is one of the most misunderstood animals of this planet. The lord of the ocean - beautiful, gigantic, playful, and dangerous with hundreds of stories about sharks.

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  • Sharks : Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary

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    Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers.

    Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do.


    Amongst the most striking scenes which punctuate this documentary filmed for four years in New Caledonia, is the never-seen-before sequence of the planet’s greatest animal, a weakened blue whale, attacked and cleaned up by hordes of sharks from the surface down to the abyss. High quality images and a dramatic backdrop soundtrack plunge us into the shark's world.

    Author(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Year: 2003
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions, Canal+
    Running time: 52 mn
    Distributor(s): Village Distribution

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    Before being an earthly paradise with enchanting colours, the lagoon of New-Caledonia is above all a paradise for sharks. Usually considered as fierce predators, sharks really are opportunistic scavengers.

    Scavengers that are not too picky when it comes to their menu: feathers, fins or fur, anything will do.


    Amongst the most striking scenes which punctuate this documentary filmed for four years in New Caledonia, is the never-seen-before sequence of the planet’s greatest animal, a weakened blue whale, attacked and cleaned up by hordes of sharks from the surface down to the abyss. High quality images and a dramatic backdrop soundtrack plunge us into the shark's world.

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  • Scavengers of the Seas - Documentary

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    Following the scavenger sharks that live off the remains of their aquatic neighbours, from the remnants of a blue whale to fins and fur. Filmed over four years in New Caledonia.

    Author(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Director(s): Cyril Barbançon, Bertrand Loyer
    Year: 2003
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions, Canal+
    Running time: 52 mn
    Distributor(s): Village Distribution

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    Blue Realm - Episode 1: Shark Business
    Shark Business unravels some of the mysteries surrounding sharks with controversial behaviorist Dr. Erich Ritter. You'll witness divers testing the limits of shark-human interaction outside of cages with dangerous sharks such as lemon, bull and even great white sharks!
    Recount the events that led to the attack that almost killed Dr. Ritter. Witness a feeding Frenzy of over 100 reef sharks in the Bahamas, and see a diver literally ride a Great White Shark in Gansbai, South Africa! This episode has shark action like you have never seen before!

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    We found the great white shark in the waters of the south coast of Australia, a crowded fed by waters from the Antarctic ice continent life. With its two-ton, this great wild predator prowls the Australian beaches in search of its most coveted prey, the sea lion. We dive on the Australian continent to see the beautiful and varied creatures that hide in its waters feared of the white shark.

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    The waters that bathe the south of Australia are a link preserved from a former union whit the Antarctic.
    For the sharks, this is a region of plenty. The basic design of their bodies is 300 million years old, and is literally perfect. But only one of them is called Death. Beyond the reef lies the kingdom of the great killer, the vast blue, the cold waters which are tinged with red when hunger demands. The great white shark, two thousand kilos of savage strength at the service of a mouth. A prodigious animal which, after hundreds of year of blind terror, we are now learning to admire.

    As we move further up the west coast of Australia, and approach the Tropic of Capricorn, corals are more in evidence, and start to form reefs. The coral reef is a very different ecosystem from that of the cold waters of the south. The coral reef is like a gigantic self-contained organism, in which energy passes from one layer to the next, with just two essential ingredients - the sun and the sea. The corals are specialists in poor waters like these, provided they are clear.

    We arrive in the dominions of the great white shark, the dark blue waters. And here, a tragedy, repeated every year, is about to occur. The sea lions sense that the breeding season is approaching. Along the coast of southern Australia and Tasmania, they begin to gather near suitable places, playing and swimming with their characteristic skill.
    The great white sharks like nothing better than a fresh fur seal – warm red meat, covered in delicious fat, clean and easy to digest. But the great white shark comes to its annual rendezvous with the seal cubs. All it need do is approach the colony, and wait for its chance.
    This individual is eight metres of sheer fury, and almost two thousand kilos of expert hunter. Though it is a fish, its blood is ten degrees centigrade warmer than the surrounding water, so its muscles perform better in attack. It detects the electrical fields generated by its victims, and it is equipped with a system of navigation based on the earth’s magnetic field. Its sense of smell is infallible, and the muscles around its eyes are warmer than the others, to give it optimum sight.

    The black legend of the white shark has been forged on the basis of exaggerations. Its fame as a monster, devourer of men, is far in excess of the reality. But, for decades, it has served as an excuse for uncontrolled fishing. Their impressive appearance made them the most sought after of all fisherman’s trophies.
    In reality, attacks on humans are rare and, strangely, many of the victims survive. Like these three mutilated men, who know spend their lives killing the white sharks that attacked them. The white shark possesses the curiosity of all prowlers.
    We now know that the white shark only attacks men by mistake or in self-defence, when in these cloudy waters it mistakes them for its normal prey, the sea lions. It is so elusive that, in seas where there are now hardly any seals, and the white sharks eat other prey that don’t resemble man, not only are there no attacks, but people don’t even suspect they exist.
    This fantastic animal is a symbol of the sea in which it lives, a sea which we are threatening, a much more deadly threat than the great white. It is relatively easy to defend the great white, but there are 350 other species of shark increasingly threatened over-fishing, with virtually no one paying any attention to their plight.
    No one knows how many answers lie in these waters, but one thing is certain, in the deep, vast blue, in the salty abyss in which all these creatures live, only one is king. Carcharodon carcharias, the white death.

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  • Great White and Oceanic Whitetip Sharks: Photographing Top Ocean Predators | Nat Geo Live

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    Dive into the ocean depths with legendary underwater photojournalist and National Geographic explorer Brian Skerry as he shares recent photographs and stories about one of the most fascinating and threatened creatures on the planet: the shark.
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  • The Secret Of the Seas Giant Sharks | Real Wild

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    Even today, we know virtually nothing about the secret lives of our planet's biggest sharks. Where do they go? What do they do? its one of nature's unsolved mysteries but advances in satellite technology means we are now on the verge of disclosing the secrets of the ocean's greatest giants.

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    Deep Sea Creatures [National Geographic Documentary 2017 HD]

    The Deep sea creature refers to organisms that live below the photic zone of the ocean. These creatures must survive in extremely harsh conditions, such as hundreds of bars of pressure, small amounts of oxygen, very little food, no sunlight, and constant, extreme cold. Most creatures have to depend on food floating down from above.
    These creatures live in very demanding environments, such as the abyssal or hadal zones, which, being thousands of meters below the surface, are almost completely devoid of light. The water is between 3 and 10 degrees Celsius and has low oxygen levels. Due to the depth, the pressure is between 20 and 1,000 bars. Creatures that live hundreds or even thousands of meters deep in the ocean have adapted to the high pressure, lack of light, and other factors.

    The depths of the ocean are festooned with the most nightmarish creatures imaginable. You might think you’re safe, because these critters live thousands of feet down in a cold dark abyss, but the vampire squid, which looks like a nightmare umbrella, and the frilled shark—a literal living fossil—will live on in the recesses of your mind long after you’ve clicked away. Enjoy these deep sea horrors and try to have a relaxing day afterward.

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  • The Worlds Strangest Sharks | The Blue Realm | Real Wild

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    Shark Business unravels some of the mysteries surrounding sharks with controversial behaviorist Dr. Erich Ritter. You'll witness divers testing the limits of shark-human interaction outside of cages with dangerous sharks such as lemon, bull and even great white sharks!

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    Sharks can rouse fear and awe like no other creature in the sea. Find out about the world's biggest and fastest sharks, how sharks reproduce, and how some species are at risk of extinction.
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    Manny is back in the deep of the Atlantic ocean in search of the deep blue's most dangerous sharks.

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  • Adventure Ocean Quest: The White Sharks of Guadalupe | Free Documentary Nature

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    The White Sharks of Guadalupe: Up to 7 metres of muscle and teeth, packed into an agile and streamlined body that can weigh in at 2250kg – this is the great white shark, one of the most infamous hunters on Earth. But the reality is that these sharks may disappear from our oceans altogether within the next 20 years. Their terrifying reputation is part myth, part reality, rooted in their instinct to hunt and kill whatever looks like a good prey animal … and that can include human beings. But how far is their killer-reputation justified? Are great white sharks really the blood-thirsty loners we imagine them to be?

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    Octopuses and squids are anything but cuddly pets. They have neither legs nor fins. Instead, they have snakelike arms, covered in suction caps - eight or ten, dangerous tentacles, which grow out of their heads. To add to their bizarre appearance, they are soft flabby, void of vertebrae or bones. When in danger, they emit foul-smelling ink. They originate from a time before humans walked the earth; from the primeval period, before fish populated the oceans. It is therefore hardly surprising, that these cephalopods seem so strange and disconcerting to us.

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  • Shark Story | FULL LENGTH | MagellanTV

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    This is the story of the evolution of one of the most successful animal species ever to have lived. What capabilities turned the shark into one of the ocean's dominant predators, allowed them to survive mass extinctions and to thrive for over 300 million years. Despite its historic success, the highly evolved shark is now faced with extinction due to overfishing, climate change and declining prey.

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    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

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    Sharks or Dolphins, two predators, two morphological responses to the same environmental constraints. Which one is the better adapted to survive ?
    An underwater camera passes swiftly over a coralline sandbank then stops on a black and image of a razor fish lurking in wait. Several bottlenose dolphins forage in this location. The mothers use echolocation to spot razor fish and teach their young how to master this sophisticated sense that we don’t know. Other bottlenose dolphins have developed yet another spectacular application of this sense: they hunt grey mullets in the muddy mangrove waters and strand them on the banks. Other dolphin species use this natural sonar in different ways : some descend in group in the abyss to locate anchovy shoals. They force them up to a lesser depth where they will get stuck by the natural frontier of the water surface. But how is it possible to hunt in the darkness of the abyss without this super-sense? Seals have found an answer to this question, thanks to their vibrissae. These whiskers can detect the movements of prey in total darkness. But what can really be seen with these whiskers and how do they use them? That is what a young sea lioness in Patagonia and a grey seal in Scotland learn… before they suddenly end up in the jaws of a super-predator, a killer whale. How can they resist? To rule over the oceans, this animal an array of senses, a hunting culture transmitted from one generation to the next and an adaptability to changing environmental conditions.

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  • The Creepy Creatures That Feast On Dead Whales

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    When whales die and fall to the ocean floor, they attract all kinds of unusual creatures, from deep-sea octopuses to bone-eating worms.

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  • Night Sharks | Ocean Vet | S01 E08 | Free Documentary

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    Ocean Vet Episode 8: Night Sharks
    Neil and the Ocean Vet team embark on a study to document the shark species that come close to Bermuda beaches at night. Locals say you shouldn't swim in the sea at night,
    Neil and his team set out to understand why.

    Watch Neil complete a series of dangerous night dives in potentially shark infested waters.

    Follow Neil and his team as they perform a surgical procedure to implant an acoustic tag in the abdomen of a juvenile tiger shark in a bid to reveal how often these animals return close to Bermuda’s shores at night.

    This mission proves to be one of the teams toughest yet, testing their nerves and stamina to its absolute limits.

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  • Be A Predator : Oceans

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    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

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    Sharks or Dolphins, two predators, two morphological responses to the same environmental constraints. Which one is the better adapted to survive ?
    An underwater camera passes swiftly over a coralline sandbank then stops on a black and image of a razor fish lurking in wait. Several bottlenose dolphins forage in this location. The mothers use echolocation to spot razor fish and teach their young how to master this sophisticated sense that we don’t know. Other bottlenose dolphins have developed yet another spectacular application of this sense: they hunt grey mullets in the muddy mangrove waters and strand them on the banks. Other dolphin species use this natural sonar in different ways : some descend in group in the abyss to locate anchovy shoals. They force them up to a lesser depth where they will get stuck by the natural frontier of the water surface. But how is it possible to hunt in the darkness of the abyss without this super-sense? Seals have found an answer to this question, thanks to their vibrissae. These whiskers can detect the movements of prey in total darkness. But what can really be seen with these whiskers and how do they use them? That is what a young sea lioness in Patagonia and a grey seal in Scotland learn… before they suddenly end up in the jaws of a super-predator, a killer whale. How can they resist? To rule over the oceans, this animal an array of senses, a hunting culture transmitted from one generation to the next and an adaptability to changing environmental conditions.

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  • To Catch a Shark

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    With buckets of bait, giant hooks, and a GPS tracker, the team goes all out trying to reel in a shark.

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  • Surrounded: Island of the Sharks

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    For decades residents of Reunion, a small French Territory in the middle of the Indian Ocean, lived in relative harmony with the surrounding ocean and its inhabitants. However, since 2011, a rise in shark attacks has forced many to come to terms with the spike in fatal encounters with sharks and turn to science to address this unexplained phenomenon

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  • Sharks Feasting On A Whale Carcass | Blue Planet | BBC Earth

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    Rare footage of Sleeper Sharks, Hagfish and a whole succession of deep sea scavengers feasting on the carcass of a 30 tonne Grey Whale. Subscribe:

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  • Galapagos Shark | Ocean Vet | S01 E01 | Free Documentary

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    Neil and the team are on an emergency call out to capture and release a sick Galapagos shark from the Bermuda aquarium.

    Follow the team as they risk their lives to transport the shark 10 miles off shore for release in a protected marine reserve.

    Watch Neil and the team swim with larger wild Galapagos sharks, studying their behaviour to see if there’s any truth behind their reputation as wild man eaters.

    The team also embark on the challenging task of capturing one of these predators to bring aboard the ocean vet boat and attach a satellite tag. This marks the start of a scientific study that will eventually help protect the declining population of this species.
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  • The Atlantic Oceans Most Dangerous Sharks | Savage Wild | Real Wild

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    Today on Savage WIld, Manny takes a leap into the deep in search of the most dangerous sharks in the Atlantic.

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  • PaleoWorld S4E01 - Prehistoric Sharks

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  • The Dugong: Natures Mystery Mermaid | Real Wild

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    Australia is fortunate to have the largest Dugong population in the world. Ben Cropp meets with scientists and experts from the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park authority to determine the cause, their concern, and their proposals to reduce the carnage.

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  • Shark Whisperer, Great White Shark

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    We all have the moments in our lives, which have dramatically transformed us - our vision of the world and, what is more important, have changed our own perception of life. For ourselves these moments were our encounters with sharks. They have changed everything - our moral, our vision of the world, our behavior, our values and purpose of our very existence.... Our appreciation, passion and love of the planet Earth and Her inhabitants has grown up to a great degree. Such transformation was not easy and the people, with whom we are sharing our passion, know this. We tried to condense our love of our planet Earth into a short documentary about sharks - the most misunderstood, mistreated and often hated Earthlings. We all grew up believing the image of the Great White Sharks as the deadliest and most dangerous of animals in the ocean, killer sharks in brief. These beliefs are so far from the reality!

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  • Indo-Pacific: The world of the Sulu Sea

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    The heart of the Indo-Pacific region, the Sulu sea, separates the north-ern coast of Borneo and the west coast of the Philippines. The coasts of the relatively small ocean, are home to inhabitants with a colourful culture and abundant animal life invites nature lovers for a visit. The island of Omadal is home of the Bajau. This nomadic tribe lives on wooden vessels or ashore in pile-dwellings. Harvesting seaweed generates them the money that is needed to buy all other goods on the market.
    The underwater world of the Sulu sea is dominated by intact colourful reefs. Beautiful coloured mantis shrimps hunt with spears or their legs. Harlequin prawns always hold a starfish in standby to eat of. The Mimic Oktopus, a squid, camouflages himself as a flounder or as a starfish. Only rarely will he be seen in his real shape, as an octopus.

    The National territory of the Philippines covers 7000 islands, build from volcanic activities. The Mt. Pinatobo was considered to be extinct. But it just was dormant. When he woke up in 1991, the most powerful eruption of the 20th Century buried whole areas underneath his volcanic ashes. At the last location of this journey the camera crew got goose-flesh thanks to a very special tradition of the Ibanoi people on the island of Luzon. The team was allowed to film how these natives mummify those who passed away and bury them in tiny wood coffins.

  • Galapagos Shark | Ocean Vet | S01 E01 | Free Documentary Nature

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  • Predatory Shark Attacks | When Sharks Attack

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    Predatory attacks on humans by sharks are incredibly rare, but when they do happen its often because of human involvement and inadvertent conditioning.
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  • Fisherman say Sydney’s harbour is teeming with sharks | Nine News Australia

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    Swimmers beware, our beautiful Sydney Harbour is infested with sharks.

    The warning comes from fishermen who say anyone entering the water is tempting fate, with warmer currents bringing in the predators

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    Off the coast of Okinawa, Japan, fishermen see hordes of their catch snapped up by sharks, which prowl the waters near their boats and tear into their hauls. In an effort to cut down on the problem, the fishermen launched an extensive extermination program—heading out into the open ocean with bait, hooks, and spears to catch and kill dozens of sharks.

    On this episode of ‘VICE INTL,’ we met up with a group of fishermen on Ishigaki island in 2016 to find out why sharks are such an issue for them, hear how the program got started, and see what it takes to catch a shark firsthand—tagging along on their annual expedition to “exterminate” as many of the predators as they can.

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  • The Danger Of A Free Shark | Real Wild

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    An amazing account of biologist Mark Marks' adventure to document his remarkable research, which is changing the way we view these giants of the sea. We follow Mark into shark-infested waters and document his quest to answer the challenge to save the enigmatic great white shark. Venture with him to unlock their secrets and meet the white shark, outside the cage!

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  • Walruses: Heavyweights With Unexpected Skills | Free Documentary Nature

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    One characteristic feature of the walrus is the two enormous teeth in the upper jaw stretching down well below the lower jaw; these are terrifying weapons. Another feature is their tremendous weight - a male can weigh up to 1500 kg. Part of their body mass is made up of the protective layer of fat several centimetres thick all over the body under the leathery skin. This is needed because these large-scale seals live in the Polar Seas on the edge of the pack-ice.

    Observing walruses in their own habitat (both underwater and on land) is not at all easy. In the first place, it is the Arctic weather conditions that can scupper observations most effectively. This is a problem faced daily by Australian biologist and walrus specialist Jason Roberts, who has lived on Spitsbergen for many years and who has spent his time dedicated to studying the private lives of the walruses and their families.
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  • The Ocean Knows No Borders | Documentary Film | Jack Gordon | Aunofo Havea

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    The Ocean Knows No Borders follows the story of Aunofo Havea, the first female licensed captain in all of Polynesia and the creator of the whale swimming industry in her native country of Tonga, as she inspires other women to face the unknown and break the glass ceiling.

    The documentary is produced by Northeast Maritime Institute.

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    Aunofo Havea has broken gender barriers in Polynesia by becoming the first female Captain in the region. She is one of the most experienced whale-swim and vaka voyaging skippers in Tonga and the South Pacific and one of the pioneers of swimming with whales in the early 1990s. When she's not whale-watching, Aunofo is also the President of the Tonga Voyaging Society and trains young Tongans in ocean voyaging, keeping a proud heritage alive. She participated in the Te Mana o Te Moana Voyage, which included 7 traditionally built Vakas across ten island nations sailing on a voyage that began in April 2011 and was completed in August 2012, traveling through the Pacific Islands and to San Francisco, completing 210,000 nautical miles of open ocean.

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  • Could Sport Fishing Cause Shark Attacks? | When Sharks Attack: Tropical Terror

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    Off the coast of Hawaii between 2013 and 2015 nine shark attacks occurred without an apparent cause. Now researchers are investigating the reasons for the attacks.
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