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SEA WORLD ODYSSEY II: TINY MARINE LIFE
A large area of the seabed of Hong Kong is flat and muddy. These "soft bottoms" look dull and lifeless. But if you look carefully, you will find many surprising little marine creatures.

Unlike their distant relatives on land, bristle worms, sea slugs, and sea snails take on special forms under the sea. Skeleton shrimps are just a little bit bigger than a fingernail. They have also developed their own way of survival in the waters of Hong Kong. Indeed, "soft bottoms" are full of vitality.

In this episode, the crew of Sea World Odyssey goes abroad to Lembeh Strait in Indonesia, which is also known as "Tiny Undersea Museum", to show you the wide variety of tiny creatures on the "soft bottoms."
DVD
30 minutes
2010
 
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