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We’re still unlocking the mysteries of New Zealand’s oceans. Its wildlife is hardy; survivors who have met every challenge thrown at them. With the extinction of marine dinosaurs, an evolutionary door opened that allowed sharks, whales, and other creatures to thrive in these waters.

In Milford Sound – the “Eighth Wonder of the World” - survey teams discover some of the ocean’s most primitive sharks. These cold waters hold an unusual secret that tricks deep sea creatures into living near the surface. We’ll also discover ancient whale bones deep in mountain valleys, and journey to an earthquake rattled region where the sea floor has literally uplifted.

From the southern fjords to the Kaikoura coast, we dive beneath the waves in search of New Zealand’s marine predators. What can their resiliency teach us about their uncertain future?