Ocean Wonderland

Synopsis: In an increasingly hurried and busy world, it is important to take time out to relax, to recharge one's batteries, chill out and perhaps enjoy a little self-indulgence.Come and enjoy the underwater world and experience the sublime pleasure that the combination of natural splendor and beautiful music can bring.This is a special journey that relaxes the mind and soothes the soul.
Production: 3D Entertainment
41 min

and not quite as easy to fit

between your jaws.

Look closely.

No, closer.

Can you spot the trumpetfish

hiding amongst these whip corals?

Shipwrecks, like this one in the Bahamas,

are mighty popular down here.

In many ways, they replicate

the complex structure of coral reef

and quickly become home

to sea life, as well.

Here, the fish can rest,

hide or wait in ambush.

Beautifully coloured queen angelfish

together with a pair of delicate butterflyfish

has moved in and made a home

amongst the fan corals growing on the wreck.

With so many different species,

the competition for space and lunch

can be fierce.

Struggle and swim, struggle and swim,

but never a dull moment!

The strangest alliances have evolved

between species in order to survive.

Sea anemones are animals

that live attached to the reef.

They capture small fish

and kill them with stinging tentacles.

The clown fish, however,

is a crafty little fellow

who has evolved a technique

which fools the anemones,

and therefore can move freely

amongst the tentacles.

The giant reef anemones

become their safe haven.

As you may know,

I can't stay down here forever.

I must surface for air once in a while,

just like the next creature

we're about to meet,

the dolphin.

Actually, they bear quite a few similarities

with us turtles.

Intelligence, beauty, style, grace.

Okay, maybe they do get around

a bit faster than us.

Dolphins have fascinated humans

since time immemorial.

An encounter with one is always

a magical moment and a memory for life.

Hey, how often do you get the chance

to touch a wild dolphin.

So go on, give it a go!

Showing off his dance moves again.

Reminds me of myself

in younger days, actually.

Now, Grandfather, who claimed

that camels were sea creatures,

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