This special travels to the famed Tiputa Pass, in the atoll of Rangiroa in French Polynesia, to study one of the world's greatest concentrations of gray reef sharks. Because understanding the sexuality and reproduction of sharks is key to their preservation, a group of three international scientists set out to study the gray reef sharks' mating habits, which have never been captured on film. The film reveals the deadly risks gray reefs must take to give life.
Video Codec: XviD (2-pass)
Video Resolution: Widescreen 640 x 368
Audio Format: 48000Hz 192 kb/s total (2 chnls)
File Size: 349 MB (or 358,144 KB or 366,739,480 bytes)