The Invisible reef

Canada, 1978

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Episode of Series “The Nature of things”.
Through the modern-day magic of micro-photography, viewers are led deep into the mysterious folds of the world’s oldest known eco-system - the coral reef. Here, cameras study how a coral reef is formed and perpetuated by a complex system of recycling that makes use of all available energy and materials. But more then that they find fantasy in a biological wonderland. Narrated by William Whitehead.

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producer/director

Milan Chvostek

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Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Duration

00:27:52:00

Production places
Canada
Production dates
1978

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The Nature of things

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The Nature of things

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