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Packing for Mars

52m 50s

National space agencies, scientists and private businesses are competing to find pioneering ways to be part of the adventure to Mars, and are investing colossal sums of money to achieve their goal. Competition is fierce and sometimes cut-throat. They all have their sights set on finding the solutions to the problems raised by what is billed as the greatest expedition of all time. This documentary film presents the most influential scientists, engineers and adventurers in space exploration today.

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Packing for Mars

52m 50s

National space agencies, scientists and private businesses are competing to find pioneering ways to be part of the adventure to Mars, and are investing colossal sums of money to achieve their goal. Competition is fierce and sometimes cut-throat. They all have their sights set on finding the solutions to the problems raised by what is billed as the greatest expedition of all time. This documentary film presents the most influential scientists, engineers and adventurers in space exploration today.

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Packing for Mars

52m 50s

National space agencies, scientists and private businesses are competing to find pioneering ways to be part of the adventure to Mars, and are investing colossal sums of money to achieve their goal. Competition is fierce and sometimes cut-throat. They all have their sights set on finding the solutions to the problems raised by what is billed as the greatest expedition of all time. This documentary film presents the most influential scientists, engineers and adventurers in space exploration today.

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Ben Cropp - Wonders of a billabong

52m 02s

For this adventure, Ben selects the best billabong he has seen just outside Litchfield National Park in Northern Territory. This tropical billabong swarms with life. Filming in HD, Ben captures its pristine scenic beauty, amazing wildlife, their specialised behaviour and the drama of predator versus prey that is a daily battle in what appears a tranquil lagoon.

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Ben Cropp - The Kimberley coast

52m 10s

Ben Cropp and his sons, Dean and Adam explore from their vessel, Freedom II, the vast and remote coastline of Australia's far north. It’s an adventure along the top end - Cape York, The Gulf of Carpentaria, Arnhem Land, and the Kimberly coast.

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Ben Cropp - Sea snakes of the marion reef

52m 03s

The sea snake, serpent of the sea, is a highly venomous creature, its venom is ten times more potent than the cobra. Many native fishermen die from sea snake bites in the islands north of Australia, but, fatalities are rare in Australi. Marine scientists accompany Ben Cropp on his vessel “Freedom” to Marion Reef.

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Ben Cropp - Plight of the pelican

52m 03s

Join Ben Cropp as he explores different breeding grounds of the pelicans such as the barren islands where they lay their eggs, to the rivers where many predators such as crocodiles and eagles prey on the young chicks. This film attempts to track the life of flocks of pelicans through an entire cycle of seasons.

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Ben Cropp - The corals Reefs are dying

56m 03s

Ben Cropp looks at the alarming deterioration of coral reefs around the world, caused by man's interference and pollution. Some countries have already ruined their coral reefs. Scientists predict that within 40 years two-thirds of the world's coral reefs will be dead.

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Ben Cropp - The elusive mermaid

52m 02s

The Dugong is an elusive animal, thought to have given rise to the legend of the mermaid. Around the world, Dugong have been hunted to near extinction. Australia is their last sanctuary, and even here they are on the decline from gill netting and indigenous hunting.

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Ben Cropp - Australia's Wild North

52m 00s

Ben Cropp and his sons, Dean and Adam explore from their vessel, Freedom ll, the vast and remote coastline of Australia’ s far north. Ben visits his dream place, what he feels is the most spectacular and beautiful place in all of Australia.

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Ben Cropp - Coral Sea: Emerald Isles in a raimbow sea

52m 02s

In the Coral Sea, east of Queensland and south of the Solomons lie many plateaus of coral that rise to the surface and are capped with coral islands. Ben Cropp and his team scuba dive these crystal waters with wonderful coral gardens, big fish, and many sharks, that go into a feeding frenzy when food is available.

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Ben Cropp - Exploring Cape York

52m 04s

The third film in the series of adventures undertaken by Ben Cropp and his two sons, Dean and Adam, around the top end of Australia’s wilderness. Here Ben catches mud crabs in Princess Charlotte Bay, and shows how he can immobilise the formidable claws by caressing the crab and putting it to sleep.

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Ben Cropp - Where ocean giants meet

51m 33s

Ben Cropp and his team witness the close of the last whaling operation in Australia and dive with the great white sharks that are drawn to the slaughter. ben follows the migratory path of the whales to shark bay, where the ocean giants truly meet.here on underwater dives they encounter grey nurse sharks, great white sharks, a rare leatherback turtle, and a herd of dugong.

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Ben Cropp - Silent warriors

52m 01s

In 1942, the most bloody battle between the Japanese and the Allied Forces took place on the idyllic Solomon Islands north-east of Australia. 26,000 lives were lost. On expeditions which led to the Solomons from northern Australia via the Great Barrier Reef, Ben Cropp has explored many such wrecks in detail

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The Blue Realm - Deep White

44m 28s

Believe it or not, many scuba divers want to see great whites up close, and photographers want dramatic shots. But how do you get the sharks to where you want them? For decades, it's been done by baiting, or “chumming” – attracting sharks with food. This practice is being questioned and banned in many countries because of a dramatic increase in shark attacks.

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The Blue Realm - Deep White

44m 28s

Believe it or not, many scuba divers want to see great whites up close, and photographers want dramatic shots. But how do you get the sharks to where you want them? For decades, it's been done by baiting, or “chumming” – attracting sharks with food. This practice is being questioned and banned in many countries because of a dramatic increase in shark attacks.

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The Blue Realm - Deep White

44m 28s

Believe it or not, many scuba divers want to see great whites up close, and photographers want dramatic shots. But how do you get the sharks to where you want them? For decades, it's been done by baiting, or “chumming” – attracting sharks with food. This practice is being questioned and banned in many countries because of a dramatic increase in shark attacks.

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Mediterranean Sea

52m 19s

The astoundingly beautiful documentary with impressive images shot in 4K that takes audiences on the most wonderful voyage down the Mediterranean Sea. Discover our world's natural treasures from up close as you have never seen before, the fishes, the corals and the magical sceneries that lie under water for us to preserve.

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The Pacific, an ocean of solutions

1h 10m

Extreme weather events such as cyclones and storms are hitting the South Pacific more and more regularly. Faced with extreme environmental changes, states struggle to adapt. While some use ancestral solutions, others develop innovative programs.

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Mediterranean Sea

52m 19s

The astoundingly beautiful documentary with impressive images shot in 4K that takes audiences on the most wonderful voyage down the Mediterranean Sea. Discover our world's natural treasures from up close as you have never seen before, the fishes, the corals and the magical sceneries that lie under water for us to preserve.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 403

28m 00s

On a trip to Hawaii, Jonathan meets the critically endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal, then he travels to Bonaire to dive with a group of wounded veterans learning to dive. Finally, he participates in a fish census in Massachusetts.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 403

28m 00s

On a trip to Hawaii, Jonathan meets the critically endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal, then he travels to Bonaire to dive with a group of wounded veterans learning to dive. Finally, he participates in a fish census in Massachusetts.

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The Blue Realm - Whale Sharks: Gentle Giants

50m 00s

They’re not whales at all, but by far the largest fish in the sea. Yet at nearly 50 feet in length and weighing 20 tons or more, they eat only the smallest marine animals. They are not a threat to humans, but their numbers are dramatically shrinking. Like elephants slaughtered for their ivory tusks, whale sharks are relentlessly pursued by poachers. From Africa to Asia, they are targeted for their meat and immense fins.

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Blue World - Season 6, Episode 609 - Searching for the Rare Blind Crayfish + Odd Shark Behavior + Exquisite Leafy Seadragon

24m 00s

Blue World goes on a search for a rare blind crayfish. Then we investigate why Hammerhead sharks tend to swim at an angle…tilted to one side. This “side swimming” behavior has only recently been scientifically studied. Finally, Blue World heads down under, to South Australia, searching for the rarest seahorse in the world…the exquisite Leafy Seadragon!

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The Blue Realm - Humpbacks: From Tonga to Antarctica

45m 59s

Singing louder than any animal on earth, humpback whales are famous for their haunting songs and jaw-dropping acrobatics. They were hunted to the brink of extinction until a moratorium on killing them was implemented in the 1960s. But after finally rebounding in numbers, whaling nations are exploring ways to re-open the hunt. In Antarctica, Japan is targeting minke, fin, and now... humpbacks. The tiny island nation of Tonga in the remote South Pacific is a haven for the magnificent mammals.

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The Blue Realm - Humpbacks: From Tonga to Antarctica

45m 59s

Singing louder than any animal on earth, humpback whales are famous for their haunting songs and jaw-dropping acrobatics. They were hunted to the brink of extinction until a moratorium on killing them was implemented in the 1960s. But after finally rebounding in numbers, whaling nations are exploring ways to re-open the hunt. In Antarctica, Japan is targeting minke, fin, and now... humpbacks. The tiny island nation of Tonga in the remote South Pacific is a haven for the magnificent mammals.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Nation

44m 44s

There's no doubt sharks have an image problem. And they're certainly in trouble globally. The population of some species has declined by more than 90% due to over fishing. But there's still one place in the world where sharks thrive – the Bahamas. Sharks not only prosper there, they are highly protected. It’s illegal to kill them.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Nation

44m 44s

There's no doubt sharks have an image problem. And they're certainly in trouble globally. The population of some species has declined by more than 90% due to over fishing. But there's still one place in the world where sharks thrive – the Bahamas. Sharks not only prosper there, they are highly protected. It’s illegal to kill them.

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The Blue Realm - Tentacles

47m 00s

Tentacles follows Dr. Jennifer Mather as she leads a team of renowned scientists to the beautiful Caribbean island of Bonaire. Their mission is to prove a controversial theory: reef squid speak to each other with a complex language they paint on their skin. The episode features the bizarre courtship and never-before-filmed egg-laying rituals of reef squid. Travel to the Pacific Northwest for an encounter with the world's largest Octopus.

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The Blue Realm - Tentacles

47m 00s

Tentacles follows Dr. Jennifer Mather as she leads a team of renowned scientists to the beautiful Caribbean island of Bonaire. Their mission is to prove a controversial theory: reef squid speak to each other with a complex language they paint on their skin. The episode features the bizarre courtship and never-before-filmed egg-laying rituals of reef squid. Travel to the Pacific Northwest for an encounter with the world's largest Octopus.

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The Blue Realm - Whale Sharks: Gentle Giants

50m 00s

They’re not whales at all, but by far the largest fish in the sea. Yet at nearly 50 feet in length and weighing 20 tons or more, they eat only the smallest marine animals. They are not a threat to humans, but their numbers are dramatically shrinking. Like elephants slaughtered for their ivory tusks, whale sharks are relentlessly pursued by poachers. From Africa to Asia, they are targeted for their meat and immense fins.

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The Blue Realm - Giants of San Benedicto

46m 59s

Giants of San Benedicto features Dr. Robert Rubin and his ground-breaking research of giant Mantas. You'll travel to the remote Socorro Islands off Mexico's Pacific coast and see breath-taking encounters with enormous manta rays. You're sure to love these majestic giants as you see how they invite human contact, and encourage certain divers to ride them. The film crew also travels to the Bahamas to visit 'Bubbles', a fifteen foot Manta in the worlds largest aquarium.

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The Blue Realm - Giants of San Benedicto

46m 59s

Giants of San Benedicto features Dr. Robert Rubin and his ground-breaking research of giant Mantas. You'll travel to the remote Socorro Islands off Mexico's Pacific coast and see breath-taking encounters with enormous manta rays. You're sure to love these majestic giants as you see how they invite human contact, and encourage certain divers to ride them. The film crew also travels to the Bahamas to visit 'Bubbles', a fifteen foot Manta in the worlds largest aquarium.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Business

47m 01s

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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The Blue Realm - Shark Business

47m 01s

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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The Blue Realm - Shark Divers

50m 01s

Sharks are BIG business in adrenaline eco-tourism. And some thrill seekers deliberately pursue close encounters with deadly sharks – without the protection of a cage. The bigger and more dangerous the shark, the better.

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The Blue Realm - Shark Divers

50m 01s

Sharks are BIG business in adrenaline eco-tourism. And some thrill seekers deliberately pursue close encounters with deadly sharks – without the protection of a cage. The bigger and more dangerous the shark, the better.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 411

26m 50s

Jonathan travels from the St. Lawrence river to the Caribbean, looking at invasive species and their effect on the environment. Then he explores 1000 feet down in a special submarine and meets an astonishing variety of deep sea animals.

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Blue World - Season 4, Episode 411

26m 50s

Jonathan travels from the St. Lawrence river to the Caribbean, looking at invasive species and their effect on the environment. Then he explores 1000 feet down in a special submarine and meets an astonishing variety of deep sea animals.

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