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Underwater wonders of 'Kingdom of the Oceans'
Nearly three-quarters of the Earth lies under water, the narrator of Nat Geo WILD's "Kingdom of the Oceans" says as he invites viewers to "venture into an astounding world." From plankton to living coral to crabs to sharks to giant blue whales, the four-part special highlights deep-sea creatures we know and many we've never seen. The filmmakers captured more the 80 different species on film in more than 50 different locations around the world. It's breathtakingly beautiful, fish-eye's view, so to speak, of the incredible marine life on Earth. The four parts of "Kingdom of the Oceans" debut at 7 p.m. CT and 8 p.m. CT March 10 and 17 on Nat Geo WILD. Here is just a handful of the creatures viewers will see.
Curt Wagner, RedEye's Show Patrol
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March 7, 2013