Reef Wrecks: Series 1

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Nature Documentary hosted by Bob Daly, published by Smithsonian Channel broadcasted as part of Smithsonian Earth series in 2016 - English narration

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Reef Wrecks: Series 1 The ocean floor is home to centuries' worth of sunken vessels integrated into marine habitats. Explore extraordinary wrecks around the world and learn how these artificial structures have become a part of the ecosystem--and in some cases, a vital tool in reversing the effects of human impact.

[edit] Bonaire

The small island of Bonaire is a Caribbean diving destination that boasts a unique collection of shipwrecks transformed into makeshift coral reefs. These artificial habitats provide a haven for marine life in a constantly changing ecosystem.

[edit] Florida Keys: Shipwreck Trail

The waters off the Florida Keys are home to a time capsule: the famed and eerie Shipwreck Trail. From World War II freighters to 19th-century steamships, these relics of a bygone era are preserved in their watery graves, home to an exotic array of marine life.

[edit] Bahamas

Most of the ship and plane wrecks that line the reefs surrounding the Bahamian island of New Providence have a cinematic quality to them. And with good reason: Many were actually used in a handful of classic Hollywood films dating back to 1916. Dive into the rich history of these ghostly relics.

[edit] Roatan

The number of shipwrecks off the coast of Roatan suggest that these waters pose a threat to passing vessels - but the fact is most of these ships were deliberately sunk. The purpose? To create artificial reefs that attract a dazzling array of marine plants and creatures, in a bid to form a sustainable ecosystem.

[edit] Mexico's Artificial Reefs

Shy sweepers, territorial grouper, and the world’s largest fish, the whale shark, all have one thing in common: They love a good shipwreck. Explore the sunken ships off the Yucatan Peninsula as they slowly transform into coral reefs, becoming a surprising and much-needed source of food and shelter.

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  • Video Aspect Ratio: 1920 x 1080
  • Video Resolution: 1.778 (16:9
  • Audio Codec: MPEG-4 AAC LC
  • Audio: English
  • Audio Bitrate: 160 kb/s VBR 44100Hz
  • Audio Channels: Stereo 2
  • Run-Time: 49 mins
  • Framerate: 23.974. Fps
  • Number of Parts: 5
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  • Part Size: 1.47 GB
  • Source: HDTV
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