Produced by WPBT2 in Miami, Florida, Changing Seas gives viewers a fish-eye view of life in the deep blue. Narrated by Peter Thomas, the program covers the many facets of the ocean and all of its natural resources.

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Major funding for this program was provided by the Batchelor Foundation, encouraging people to preserve and protect America's underwater resources.

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  • Discover deep water species of sharks that researchers have known little about until now.

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  • Scientists are on a six year mission to study remote coral reefs around the world.

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  • Divers learn to map shipwrecks then apply their skills to a sunken slave ship.

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  • A scientist is studying coral hybrids to see if they are hardier than their predecessors.

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  • Bull Sharks and alligators are switching their natural habitats.

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  • During the winter full moons, Nassau Grouper gather in large numbers to spawn. Most of the

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  • On coral reefs, microorganisms are copious creatures. Throughout Florida, scientists pains

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  • Tiger sharks are the ultimate apex predator. They can travel long distances, utilizing a

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