Produced by WPBT2 in Miami, Florida, Changing Seas gives viewers a fish-eye view of life in the deep blue. The program covers the many facets of the ocean and all of its natural resources.Visit Changing Seas Website
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Numbers of sailfish and marlin are declining. Researchers are working to protect the fish.
Discover the unique ways some fish change sex and why they evolved this way.
Dr. Guy Harvey and his research team study what impact ecotourism has on stingrays.
Researches are beginning to understand where turtles go during their “lost years."
The world’s largest known gathering of whale sharks occurs just off the coast of Cancun.
Scientists study how climate change may impact corals in the beauty of the Galapagos.
Scientists are conducting research in South Florida to save the endangered Sawfish.
Sea lilies, or Crinoids, have been around since before the age of Dinosaurs.
Research teams study what impact the ecotourism might have on stingrays.
Researchers are beginning to understand where turtles go during their “lost years."
Preview for Galápagos: Windows into the Future.
Preview for Saving Sawfish.
Preview for Episode 602, Biggest Fish in the Sea.
Preview for Season 6 Living Fossils.
Tiger sharks are the ultimate apex predator. Scientists use satellite tags and DNA forens
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