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Dive in for a look under the skin and into the mind of the ocean’s perfect predator in Shark Collection, available on DVD July 22 from Inception Media Group.
Sharks are universally feared, but also widely misunderstood and suddenly endangered. Marine biologists, shark experts and conservationists are doing everything they can to reverse the tide of public opinion before it’s too late … Even if it means diving into infested waters where sharks hold every advantage.
The Smithsonian Channel’s Shark Collection includes three exciting programs that take you from Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to the remote shores of Africa’s east coast to the operating room of a shark autopsy to explore what makes these fish so unique.
In Great White Code Red, two scientists dissect a shark to reveal what drives this fearsome animal to attack. Shark Girl follows activist Madison Stewart’s mission to save the creatures she loves by changing people’s minds about them. Death Beach investigates an abnormal string of shark attacks off a South African coast.
Shark Collection is presented in widescreen with an aspect ratio of 16 x 9 (1.78:1) and 5.1 digital surround sound.
When I take my kids to the aquarium, one of their favorite things to do is to visit the shark tank. To be honest, most of the time, the sharks aren't not even moving at all. But when they do swim back and forth, my kids get really excited. The Shark Collection DVD is a great movie because it shows my kids how amazing sharks are, but it also shows that sharks are creatures we need to respect and fear as well. The film contains wonderful footage of sharks in their natural environment. Parts of it was scary for my kids because there were discussions of shark attacks. However, I thought the DVD was educational and worth watching.
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