- Rated G
- Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
- Release Date: 3/27/2007
Exploring the reefs throughout the Pacific, Hills cameras capture a rare close-up glimpse of turtles, shrimp, scallops, sharks, eels, starfish, jellyfish, octopuses and much more. Thematically, the film examines the balance of life and symbiosis between these creatures. There are the hunters and the hunted, yet there is always another species that keeps the hunters in check. Similarly, some species of smaller fish eat by feeding on sea material that collects on some larger fish, which also cleans the larger fish's scales. The continued and necessary persistence of this activity is quite important to the collective survival of the animals, the reef and indeed, all of humanity. Director Howard Hall Featured Graeme Ferguson Special Features: Full Frame Format & Widescreen Format.
|Run Time:||41 minutes|