National Geographic Video - Dolphins: The Wild Side
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National Geographic Video - Dolphins: The Wild Side
Dolphins are well known for their intelligence and shrewdness, but oft ignored is their wilder, more aggressive side. This hour-long exploration of the world of dolphins exposes the viewer to both sides of the dolphin through the extensive use of underwater-camera footage. Dolphins are shown hydroplaning after fish through ten inches of water, ramming into one other in a quarrel over females, and escaping a group of hungry orcas in Alaska. There is also a ruthless scene in which a group of dolphins insidiously surround a school of sardines, providing further evidence of the dolphin's… More
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