This pioneering nature documentary investigates aquatic habitats in various locations around the world. It doesn't shy away from the brutality present in the natural world, but it also ... See full summary »
Highly influential and a fearlessly ambitious pioneer, innovator, filmmaker, researcher and conservationist, Jacques-Yves Cousteau's aquatic adventure covers roughly thirty years of an inarguably rich in achievements life.
In the series, we see the scientific expeditions of the renowned sea explorer, Jacques-Yves Cousteau and the crew of his ship, the Calypso. They go around the globe exploring various regions of the underwater world and try to unlock its secrets and get them on film.Written by
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This is one of the least exciting episodes you'll see of "The Undersea World of Jacques Cousteau". This doesn't mean it's bad-- just not as exciting as most. It's also among the earliest episodes in this fabulous series.
There are two main topics in this show--the most important of which is the Cousteau team trying out a new mini sub. They already had one but contracted for a pair of newer ones--subs able to dive deeper and go faster. You see the folks putting it through its paces...and this is pretty dull stuff. Additionally, the team comes upon a lot of beautiful Green Sea Turtles and you not only see them under water but also laying and hatching eggs. And, in the spirit of these old shows, the crew become involved---rescuing some of the baby turtles that would been surely eaten since these guys had the misfortune to be hatched during broad daylight so that the Frigate Birds could easily see them and eat them.
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