Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter Source:
Sepia Lifestyle Oracle
Parallel with the development of underwater equipment, we get a chance to discover new, yet not discovered regions. Even after 2000 every month researchers find new species in the research areas yet unknown by science. Gorontalo region which lies at the northern shores of the nearly 1000 kilometer wide Tomini Bay is a unique place from many aspects. The sea biologist researches already proved that the richness of this amazing underwater biosphere is pairless. We introduce a new and unidentified species discovered during our shooting. We meet the inhabitants of the nice little village Olele which is built in a gulf surrounded by mountains. Its people are proud of the richness of their seas, not only defending it, but developing its preserve and creating their own preservation projects.
This is one beautiful DVD to watch! The scenes are breathtaking as it features amazing underwater creatures such as sea horses and shrimp and even an octopus which changes color to match its environment. An amazing sponge-like creature is featured as well. The colors in this vibrant DVD are awesome. In addition, it features a great narration by Michael Hughes who has a terrific and soothing voice.
This DVD is educational as well as a feast for the eyes. The underwater life just might amaze you. We are more than happy to award our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal to this DVD for all ages. Catch it soon!
Content Description: Sex: None Language: None Violence: It's mentioned that a bombing killed some fish. Drugs: None Nudity: None Other: Fish are seen cut up and packed in ice.