Bonus Feature: National Geographic TV interview with the filmmaker
Learning to Sea is an underwater experience that compares animal behaviors in two seas separated by over 7,000 miles. This international award winning film takes you on a tour through both oceans simultaneously, the Red Sea and the Caribbean Sea. The filmmaker shares his cross-global underwater experiences and shows the correlation of the marine inhabitants.
Viewers of all ages share in the excitement of the aquatic realm and enjoy captivating footage never before seen, including a new species to science -- a walking fish!
"I would not have missed such a fine production. It is entirely superior and perhaps the finest educational documentary i have encountered. I can only guess at the patience required to achieve many of those takes. In that regard only Howard Hall could compete with you."
Stan Waterman, SCUBA diving pioneer
and Winner of five Emmy awards