Undersea Explorer II

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In the second season of this nature series, we follow a gathering of humpback whales, investigate the future of endangered sea turtles, and witness the shark's feeding frenzy. Join us as we also travel to the exotic marine locales of Borneo's Sulawesi Sea, the Red Sea, and Fiji's island archipelago. Using state-of-the-art, underwater photography, "Undersea Explorer" takes you on an intriguing journey to the rarely seen, strange and unusual underwater kingdom, submerging you beneath the surface of the ocean and into some of the greatest aquatic environments of the world.

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Ocean of Fire

Beneath the Hawaiian Islands is a magical underwater world filled with lava caves, coral reefs, and marine life such as whales and dolphins. (1 of 13)

Whales

Off the coast of the Dominican Republic, the world's largest group of humpback whales congregates in the winter months to rear their young. (2 of 13)

The Sulawesi Sea

This remote region off the coast of northeastern Borneo contains thousands of species of fish and invertebrates. (3 of 13)

Sea Turtles

Divers travel to Malaysia to film endangered sea turtles. Also features "Turtle Cavern Tomb", a graveyard of turtle skeletons, and efforts to protect the animals from poachers. (4 of 13)

Shark Frenzy

In the northern Bahamas, a unique shark feeding attracts almost two hundred aggressive sharks, part of an effort by researcher Dr. Eric Ritter to tag and study Caribbean reef sharks and other species. (5 of 13)

Palau

A tiny group of remote islands in Micronesia is considered one of the world's most fascinating undersea environments. (6 of 13)

New Guinea

This episode travels to New Guinea to document the astonishing variety of fish, mammals, and invertebrates of the Bismarck Sea. (7 of 13)

The Red Sea

Team members join an expedition to the Red Sea to document its fascinating marine life. Divers also explore the shipwreck of the Salem Express, one of the most tragic maritime disasters of the century. (8 of 13)

Fiji

Clear, tropical waters filled with a wide assortment of colourful marine animals surround the islands that make up the nation of Fiji. (9 of 13)

The Emerald Sea

Along the Pacific coasts of Washington, BC, and Alaska lies the Emerald Sea, home to the giant Pacific octopus, wolf eels, seals, sea lions, and killer whales.

Tentacles

Squid, octopus, and other cephalopods are some of the most fascinating marine animals in the sea - effective predators, with keen intelligence and a host of unique talents.

Seals and Sea Lions

Travel to the Pacific Northwest, the Galapagos Islands, California, and Mexico to view encounters with seals, sea lions, and elephant seals.

The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest community of living organisms on Earth, stretching over 1,200 miles along the eastern coast of Australia. (13 of 13)

Friday April 25, 4:00am
Seals and Sea Lions

Travel to the Pacific Northwest, the Galapagos Islands, California, and Mexico to view encounters with seals, sea lions, and elephant seals.

Friday May 9, 4:00am
The Great Barrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef is the largest community of living organisms on Earth, stretching over 1,200 miles along the eastern coast of Australia. (13 of 13)

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