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Название: Ocean Odyssey: The Blue Realm
Год выхода: 2004-2008
Жанр: документальный
Режиссер: Danny Mauro
Сюжет фильма:
OCEAN ODYSSEY: THE BLUE REALM is a natural history series about amazing creatures of the sea. Utilizing superb High-Definition imagery, engaging stories and leading marine scientists, the series takes viewers on extraordinary journeys of discovery. Shark Business: Beyond the security of a protective cage, camera teams test the limits of shark behavior, including a face-to-face encounter with a 15 foot great white! Miracle Venom: The oceans harbor an exceptional variety of venomous fish, reptiles and invertebrates. The poisons of these animals are some of the most lethal known to man, but they also hold enormous potential in the development of new medicines. Tentacles: This program joins scientists in a remarkable quest to unravel the secrets of one of the sea’s most enigmatic creatures, cephalopods. The episode features the bizarre behavior and sexual rituals of reef squid, giant octopus and cuttlefish. Giant Manta Rays: This program focuses on giant manta rays, their unusual behavior and surprising intelligence. The episode also features the successful release of a of a captive manta ray back into the wild. Whale Sharks— Gentle Giants: Whale sharks can reach nearly 50 feet in length and weigh 30 tons or more! The program also features the remarkable story of the capture and transport of whale sharks to the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta. Shark Divers: Some thrill seekers deliberately pursue close encounters with deadly sharks – without the protection of a cage. The bigger and more dangerous the shark, the better. But have we taken this risky sport too far? In 2008 the first tourist on a shark expedition was killed by one of the animals. Manatees and Dugongs: Each year, hundreds of critically endangered manatees are killed in U.S. waters by boats, disease and cold weather. With only a few thousand remaining in the wild, the clock is ticking in efforts to save the amazing manatees and its close relative, the dugong from extinction. Humpbacks— From Tonga to Antarctica: Humpback whales were hunted to the brink of extinction until a moratorium was implemented in the 1980s. After finally rebounding in numbers, whaling nations are exploring ways to re-open the hunt. In Antarctica, Japan is targeting minke, fin and now...humpbacks.
Выпущено: США

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Episode 1: Shark Business
Продолжительность: 00:47:02
The significance of the title is a growing trend in the diving world to encourage interaction between humans and sharks. (I would call this an "extreme sport", the kind that Bruno Kirby's Ed in City Slickers bullies his friends into joining him on holiday.) Mauro's camera takes us to several locations, including Australia and the Florida Keys, where these adventures are pursued. The Flordia locale is especially novel. There the proprietor of the tour attracts sharks with what they call a "chumsicle", a submersible barrel-shaped object composed of discarded fish remains that attracts the sharks and keeps them busy, while the divers look on and take photographs. Gary Adkison of Undersea Adventures proudly notes that they've never had an injury, even though children as young as four have participated in these dives and been just a few feet from the sharks.
You may find yourself asking, as I did, what kind of parent thinks this is a good idea? Still, the overriding theme of the episode is that "the Jaws phenomena" is more myth than reality, that sharks are a crucial element in the ocean's ecosystem and that humans are an infinitely greater threat to sharks than sharks are to humans. The statistics quoted by the narrator make that last point hard to dispute.


Episode 2: Venom
Продолжительность: 00:47:02
The focus is on sea creatures that use toxins for both defense and offense. The main forms of marine life considered in detail are the sea snake, whose venom is more toxic to humans than that of most terrestrial snakes; the cone snail, which produces a powerful neurotoxin that is being closely studied for potential pharmacological breakthroughs; and the stone fish, one of the family of scorpion fish, which injects a venom causing such severe pain that victims have been known to beg for death.
Of particular interest is an obscure species of jellyfish found only in a single lake in Palau, Micronesia. Once part of the ocean, the lake was isolated by seismic activity and became fresh water. The jellyfish evolved to survive in their new environment through a symbiotic relationship with a species of algae. No longer needing their toxic tentacles to paralyze and capture prey for feeding, they gradually lost their ability to produce poisons.


Episode 3: Tentacles
Продолжительность: 00:47:02
The squid and the octopus provide the most dramatic footage, but it's small reef squid that takes up most of the screentime. All of them are "cephalopods", which is type of mollusk that has evolved to exist without a shell and must therefore, as the narrator explains, be smarter to survive. Much of the episode is devoted to the painstaking research being conducted by a group of scientists led by Dr. Jennifer Mather (known in the world of marine biology as "the Jane Goodall of Calamari") into the complex communication among schools of reef squid, which can change color and body pattern instantaneously. Dr. Mather and her team believe that the reef squid has developed a genuine language of visual symbols that they have yet to decipher.

Episode 4: Giants of San Benedicto (Manta Rays)
Продолжительность: 00:47:02
San Benedicto is an island south of the tip of Baja, Mexico, and one of the largest habitats of giant manta rays, which are described at one point by the series narrator as "modified sharks". Like sharks, manta rays have body structures built on cartilage, but unlike sharks they have large brains. As described by Dr. Robert Rubin, the authority whose scientific inquiries provide much of the episode's narrative, manta rays are smart enough to distinguish one diver from another, even when they switch gear.
Much about manta rays remains a mystery, and Rubin is one of the world's leading investigators. Their size and rate of growth is astonishing. The Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas kept a manta, which its keepers named "Bubbles", as part of their popular aquarium attraction. When Bubbles arrived, it was thirteen feet wide. Within a year, its width had expanded to fifteen feet, and Bubbles had outgrown the Atlantis tanks and had to be released into the wild.
Like many of the creatures profiled in The Blue Realm, mantas are at risk from the fishing activities, though primarily as a side effect, since they are not desired by fisherman. They are now on the protected list.


Episode 5: Whale Sharks: Gentle Giants
Продолжительность: 00:46:02
Described as the largest fish in the sea, whale sharks are roughly the length and size of a bus but pose no threat to humans. Their diet consists of tiny marine creatures, and their giant mouths are missing the menacing rows of teeth commonly associated with sharks. Previously hunted for both their meat and their fins, they too are now a popular tourist attraction in both Mexico and Western Australia—so popular, in fact, that the crush of tourist threatens to scare off the whale sharks. Eco-tourism also has a potential downside.
An alternative is the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, where the largest indoor tank in the world holds four whale sharks, along with other massive sea creatures. The footage documenting the extraordinary effort required to transport these huge marine animals to their new inland habitat gives some idea of the magnitude of the task, of which the aquarium representatives are justifiably proud.


Episode 6: Shark Divers
Продолжительность: 00:46:02
This episode is a sequel to episode 1, "Shark Business", and further explores the thrill-seeking sport of diving with sharks. Some of the adrenaline junky lunacy captured in this episode defies belief. Toward the end, a shark expert and a former triathlon competitor, both survivors of shark attacks, make the case that this "sport" has gone way too far, but they're given short shrift.

Episode 7: Manatees and Dugongs
Продолжительность: 00:46:02
These two closely related creatures are the only aquatic mammals that are strictly vegetarians, and both are endangered species. Manatees are confined to the inland freshwater regions of Florida, while dugongs are more spread out, with major concentrations in the oceans near Australia and the Arabian coasts. The episode focuses on conservation efforts, especially for the manatee, whose popularity with eco-tourists and children has provided an effective rallying cry.

Episode 8: Humpbacks: From Tonga to Antarctica
Продолжительность: 00:46:02
The title is somewhat misleading, because the episode is less about the life cycle of humpback whales than the human treatment of these huge undersea mammals. Incorporating vintage footage of whaling operations, the narration recounts how the humpback was hunted to the brink of extinction before being declared a protected species. Then it recounts the international tug-of-war between those nations (primarily Japan) and commercial forces seeking to resume hunting humpbacks and conservationists opposed to the practice. Consistent with The Blue Realm's "eco-tourist" theme, the episode also explores the enormous popularity of "whale watching" expeditions, with special focus on Lahaina, Hawaii, where humpbacks are the main attraction.

Technical Specs
Blu-ray
BD-25 Single-Layer Disc
3-Disc Set
Video Resolution/Codec
1080i/AVC MPEG-4
Aspect Ratio(s)
1.78:1
Audio Formats
English Dolby Digital 2.0 (192 kbps)
Subtitles/Captions
None
Supplements
• The Shipsinkers (HD, 1080i; 1.78:1; 50:23): This bonus episode was not aired as part of the original series. It explores a unique form of "recycling" in which old ships, usually former naval vessels, are stripped down, decontaminated and scrubbed, then scuttled in strategically chosen locations where they serve as they foundation for artificial reef formations. The episode explores the practical and logistical challenges of this practice by closely tracking the activities of the team that sank the former battleship Wellington, now known simply as "F69", off the coast of Wellington, New Zealand. In addition to attracting marine life, sunken ships have proven to be an effective tourist attraction for scuba diving enthusiasts. To the program's credit, it includes observations from commentators who are concerned about using man-made structures to start marine colonies.
• Behind the Episodes (HD, 1080i; 1.78:1): In each of these clips, Mauro provides background on the individual episode.
Shark Business (2:05)
Venom (2:37)
Tentacles (3:19)
Giants of San Benedicto (2:14)
Shark Divers (4:48)
Whale Sharks: Gentle Giants (1:35)
Manatees and Dugongs (3:28)
Humpbacks: From Tonga to Antarctica (3:47)
• Slide Shows (HD, 1080i; 1.78:1): Each disc contains a slide show including stills from the episodes on that disc, plus, in some instances, behind-the-scenes photographs.
Disc 1 (1:49)
Disc 2 (1:49)
Disc 3 (5:36)

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