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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 12: Sea Snake, Wild Dolphin, Hammer Head Shark, Diving Tips

Episode 12: Sea Snake, Dolphin, Hammer Head, Diving

In this episode we check out one of the deadliest animals in the world - the Sea Snake. On land most snakes try to hide, but not the Sea Snake; they actually like humans and will approach them. The Dolphin is adored by almost everyone; so we visit them in their natural waters in Port Phillip, Australia. These dolphins are wild, which means they are independent; they are not trained, nor fed. Boats visit the area to watch the performance of the dolphins, whatever they deliver, and the audiences are always captivated. Then we visit another so-called dangerous creature of the deep, the Hammer Head Shark; it has a reputation of being a killer, but could it have been incorrectly labeled? Lastly, we catch up with the PADI Seal team for some diving tips. 2013 IJS 30 min.

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