Footage & original audio by National Geographic Society
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The footage that here we show was obtained for NatGeo, are amazing and really interesting but we advert to you that isn’t a BIG White Shark … but, we must recognize, neither is a giant Octopus. It’s a Dogfish shark. The males growing to 80–100 cm (2.6 – 3.3 ft.) in length and females are slightly larger than males, reaching 98.5–159 cm (3.23 – 5.2 ft.).
The Naked Truth is this: In the ocean the balance between predator and prey is always shifting and the conclusion is that both are strong marine predators and show us a natural balance of species under the sea.
Andrea Marshall (Save Our Seas Foundation) talks to us about discovering a second species of giant manta ray. Working from a remote part of Mozambique for the last five years she has come across a discovery which changes the way we see giant mantas completely.