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The Beautiful Living Sea

The Living Sea takes you to the world’s oceans, traveling to Palau, Hawaii, California, Oregon, Alaska, Nova Scotia and the Red Sea, filmed in high-definition for IMAX, this amazing video will captivate you with it’s beautiful imagery and music from Sting.

The Living Sea takes you to the world’s oceans, traveling to Palau, Hawaii, California, Oregon, Alaska, Nova Scotia and the Red Sea, filmed in high-definition for IMAX, this amazing video will captivate you with it’s beautiful imagery, narrative by Meryl Streep and music from Sting.

Explore the mysterious depths and come face to face with life-sized humpback whales when you dive into “The Living Sea.” Swim with thousands of golden jellyfish and witness the bizarre spawning behavior of giant clams. Surf in Hawaii, deep-sea dive in Palau and test your courage with the Coast Guard in some of the world’s roughest seas!

Follow a remotely operated vehicle 3,000 feet down through the ocean depths to view strange creatures (one as long as a football field!) which live where sunlight never penetrates. The Living Sea celebrates the “world ocean”–its beauty, diversity and importance to all life on earth.

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Directed by Greg MacGillivray
Written by Jon Reeves
jreeves@imdb.com
Music by Sting
narrated by Meryl Streep.
Rated: NRRun
Time: 39 minutes

10 Things You Can Do to Save Our Oceans(by National Geographic Society)

  1. Mind Your Carbon Footprint and Reduce Energy Consumption. …
  2. Make Safe, Sustainable Seafood Choices. …
  3. Use Fewer Plastic Products. …
  4. Help Take Care of the Beach. …
  5. Don’t Purchase Items That Exploit Marine Life. …
  6. Be an Ocean-Friendly Pet Owner. …
  7. Support Organizations Working to Protect the Ocean. …
  8. Influence Change in Your Community.
  9. Travel the Ocean Responsibly
  10. Educate Yourself About Oceans and Marine Life

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