The World’s Aquarium

OneGate Media
4 x 43 mins -or- 4 x 52 mins

In impressionistic images, the series immerses us in the world of the turquoise blue “Gulf of California” and its inhabitants. For Jacques Cousteau, it was the “aquarium of the world”, located between the Mexican mainland and the Baja California peninsula in northwest Mexico. The World Heritage Site is one of the most biologically rich bodies of water on our planet: With hundreds of islands, the coast and marine area are habitats for 25% of the world’s marine mammals and thousands of different fish species. The series accompanies people and animals living in this unique region.

1. Diversity at the Pacific estuary
2. Endangered underwater world
3. The cradle of the Gulf
4. Mystic Gulf

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