Saw this film a couple of nights ago:

Search for the Great Sharks takes viewers on a round-the-globe expedition to discover some of the world’s largest sharks and to witness them at close range. From the coast of California to the remote reaches of South and Western Australia, the film pursues Blue Sharks, Whale Sharks, and the most notorious of all, the Great White Shark. Dramatic sequences include a swim alongside the world’s largest and rarely seen fish, the Whale Shark, that is over 40 feet long; the birth of a baby shark, born into the sea alone but already prepared to fend for itself; the magnificent blossoming of a coral reef in it’s once a year spawning; and a gripping scene that follows Australian shark authority, Rodney Fox, below the surface in a clear LEXAN® diving tube.

Good stuff.


~ by Rob on May 7, 2007.

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