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The Wild Pacific

The Pacific ocean covers 1/3 of our planet, more than all of the continents combined. For over 200 Million years, it has teemed with life, spawned new species, and launched global weather systems.
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Overview

The Pacific ocean covers one third of our planet, more than all of the continents combined. For over 200 Million years, it has teemed with life, spawned new species, and launched global weather systems. This stunning work takes viewers into currents that swirl along kelp forests, coral reefs and seamounts, with sharks, whales, sea lions, vast schools of fish bursting from this ocean wilderness.

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The Wild Pacific

01: The Wild Pacific

The Pacific ocean covers one third of our planet, more than all of the continents combined. For over 200 Million years, it has teemed with life, spawned new species, and launched global weather systems. This stunning work takes viewers into currents that swirl along kelp forests, coral reefs and seamounts, with sharks, whales, sea lions, vast schools of fish bursting from this ocean wilderness.

52 min