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Universal Announces Three 3D Nature Documentaries
Posted November 16, 2012 12:23 AM by Webmaster
This January, Universal Studios Home Entertainment is bringing three undersea nature documentaries to Blu-ray: Amazing Ocean, Fascination Coral Reef and Fascination Coral Reef: Mysterious Worlds Underwater. All three 3D/2D Blu-ray Combo Packs arrive on January 29, 2013.
Amazing Ocean: Be amazed by little schools of fish that swim right into your living room. See squid and the elusive octopus up close, along with the magnificent manta ray, and experience dolphins and turtles as well. Shot in stereoscopic 3D, Amazing Ocean 3D is a breathtakingly beautiful 50-minute experience for your whole family.
Fascination Coral Reef: Enter the fascinating world of the coral reefs and experience breathtaking flora and fauna up close and in 3D. Enjoy watching an entire ecosystem of marine species including blowfish, porcupine fish, goliath groupers, giant morays, sea turtles and whale sharks, as well as the play of colors of the many different coral and anemone species. Let yourself get caught up in the wonders of the deep in this 45-minute film.
Fascination Coral Reef: Mysterious Worlds Underwater: Often referred to as "The Pearls in the Indian Ocean," the Maldives' true treasures are to be found beneath the waves: the coral reefs. See breathtaking colorful coral forests. Observe turtles searching for food as they swim by. Duck your head as huge swarms of colorful fish take refuge in the numerous caves and crevices. And wonder at the incredible diversity of life on the coral reef in this 53-minute 3D experience.
i was quite excited for these cause on their individual pages they're listed at feature length runtimes, unlike the imax 3d nature docs. was interesting for a change to get an extensive, longer 3d look into nature...but no, they're 50 mins and under but still listed longer on their pages. might wanna fix that, cause boy what a let down.