Fatal Noise Pollution at Sea

Why whales beach themselves

The oceans are not a silent world, but dynamic, living symphonies of sound. In water, sound travels five times faster, and many times farther than in air. Many marine mammals have evolved to take advantage of this perfect sonic medium.

This documentary is about understanding why we must reduce the impacts of noise in the oceans.

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Full length: (60 mins.) ... Date: (Apr 2016)

Winner of 3 Emmy Awards, 15 Film Festival awards, and 2 production awards.

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Website ... → Sonic Sea .org

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