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Into the Deep, Part 1
Alan Alda joins explorer Bob Ballard for a look at the technologies that have opened up the farthest reaches of the ocean.


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Into the Deep, Part 2
Alan Alda joins explorer Bob Ballard for a look at the technologies that have opened up the farthest reaches of the ocean.


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Hidden Depths
A remote sub dives to the unexplored middle depths of the ocean off Monterey, California, revealing a spectacular variety of new life forms.


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Shark Trackers
Overcoming his fears, Alan places a radio transmitter on a 13-foot tiger shark, and learns that these creatures need to swim to breathe.


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The Sea Within the Sea
Threatened giant tuna and whales are tracked in the world’s first international marine park, the Ligurian Sea between France and Italy.


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Shell Game
Evolutionary biologist Gary Vermeij, blind since childhood, uses his highly developed sense of touch to understand how change comes to marine shells.


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Tuna in the Tank
Alan visits the Monterey Bay Aquarium, the only facility in the world to house and exhibit pelagic fish like tuna and sunfish.


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