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Subject: Science: Natural & Physical

Underwater World for Kids Series

Oceans are incredible and incredibly important! They cover 71% of the Earth's surface and contain 97% of our planet's water; they play a vital role in climate and weather; they are key to transportation and recreation, and they certainly may hold cures to many diseases, especially since more than 95% of the underwater Click for more

Episode 2: Cuttlefish, Fairy Penguins, Submersible Car, DPVs

Episode  2: Cuttlefish, Fairy Penguin, Submersible Car, DPVs

Ever wonder what you might find in a shipwreck? In this episode we explore a wreck in Papua New Guinea and find a very interesting creature living in the ship's dark interior, the mollusk known as Cuttlefish. The Fairy Penguin, the world's smallest penguin, is found on Phillip Island in Southern Australia; its habits have been studied by researchers for many years and enjoyed by thousands of tourists attracted to a daily penguin parade. The Squba is a submersible concept car, currently in experimental stage; it's the world's first. The open-top sports' car can glide underwater to a depth of 33 feet (10 meters). We also catch up with the PADI Seal Team and get the low-down on Diver Propulsion Vehicles, DPVs. 2013 IJS 30 min.

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