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Angry Planet – Vanatu

Climate change deniers claim volcanoes produce more greenhouse gases than fossil fuels do. George investigates this claim while revisiting the active volcano of Marum in Vanuatu. He dons a fire-suit and descends 1200 feet into the volcano.


Episode Length: 00:21:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 4


Angry Planet – Cabo Verde Volcano

When the Fogo volcano in the Cabo Verde Islands suddenly becomes active, George rushes to investigate. He returns with stark images and tragic stories from one of the most destructive volcano eruptions in recent years.


Episode Length: 00:21:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 3


Angry Planet – River of Doubt

In 1914, U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt became the first person to navigate Brazil’s “River of Doubt.” The Angry Planet team returns to follow in his wake and investigate the changing climate in this remote part of the Amazon wilderness.


Episode Length: 00:21:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 2


Angry Planet – Rising Oceans

If melting polar ice continues to raise the world’s ocean levels, the low-lying island of Tuvalu in the South Pacific will be one of the first to vanish. George visits the vanishing island and looks back on two major ocean storms of recent years.


Episode Length: 00:21:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 1


Ocean Vet – Diaries

The final episode of Ocean Vet provides a fascinating insight into the making of this groundbreaking series. The crew look back and reveal their favourite moments, close calls and toughest challenges, and we discover just exactly what it took for Neil to become Bermuda’s Ocean Vet.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 11


Ocean Vet – Sargasso Sea

Neil and Choy discover the heart of the Sargassum community and work alongside veteran aquarium collector Chris Flook to reveal how crucial the sargassum seaweed is to the health of the entire ocean. Follow the team as they collect samples for an exhibit that will educate local school children on the unique species and tiny life that lives within these golden rainforests of the ocean.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 10


Ocean Vet – Humpback Whale

Neil works with a team of scientists and marine mammal toxicologists on an expedition to prove the presence of deadly toxins inside Bermuda’s mid-migratory humpback whales. Follow Neil and his team into the danger zone as they get up close and personal with 50-tonne humpbacks, collecting biopsy samples using an adapted compound bow.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 9


Ocean Vet – Night Sharks

Neil and the Ocean Vet team embark on a study to document the shark species that come close to Bermuda beaches at night. Locals say you shouldn’t swim in the sea at night, Neil and his team set out to understand why. Watch Neil complete a series of dangerous night dives in potentially shark-infested waters.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 8


Ocean Vet – The Bermuda Black Grouper

Neil combines his veterinary knowledge and dive skills to assist the Bermuda department of fisheries on a exciting and dangerous mission to protect the breeding grounds of the Bermuda black grouper. Watch Neil anaesthetize these fish and surgically implant acoustic tags before trailing a dangerous but less invasive grouper tagging system and deploying a uniquely designed grouper trap.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 7


Ocean Vet – The Sixgill Shark

Neil tests his veterinary skills and diving abilities to the max on a rescue mission to save the life of a prehistoric shark. Follow the team as they work onboard a commercial fishing vessel to help save a six gill shark tangled in deep-set fishing lines.


Episode Length: 00:23:00

Year: 2015

Episode: 6


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