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I am trying to find a documentary that isn't about tsunamis or the life of certain animals. I'm trying to find a documentary, or personal videos for how the ocean actually is. I live in New Mexico, and only been in the shore of oceans on some vacations, and one fishing trip in Alasaka, but how is the actual ocean ecology? If someone where to drive by boat every mile, and scuba dive what would they see, what type of species would there be, how would it look like, how many times would u see big species, and how clustered would they be. The reason I'm interested in this is because New Mexico used to be underwater in prehistoric times, and a place like Albuquerque,the water would be higher than the Sandia Mountains. Now with me standing on an ancient sea floor I'm trying to picture how an ocean looks like and works. Seeing billions of small fish, and giant creatures like megalodon in the distance. So does anyone have any stories or stories of random diving and shit?
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>>2084576
I think Deep Ocean by BBC was the name.
It should be removed from youtube but might be on Dailymotion
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Do you have access to Netflix? They have tons of open ocean docs.
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>>2084576
Look up The Blue Planet by BBC. The third episode is about life in the open ocean.
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>>2084576
BBC's Planet Earth series has two or so episodes covering oceans and seas: shallow and deep.

Not exactly what you're looking for, but hearing it from Mr. Attenborough wouldn't hurt, I suppose.
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>>2085163


These are, or at least were, on Netflix. Watched them all a while back

New Mexico was underwater? Cool. How much of the states was underwater?
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One Ocean - it's a four part documentary narrated by David Suzuki
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