Though we are all frightened of them there is something that attracts us to sharks. We cannot help ourselves. The most dangerous predators in the waters intrigue us. Maybe it that they are one of the oldest creatures left on the planet only them, turtles and crocodiles have been around since the dinosaurs. Maybe it is their skill as hunters. Maybe it is all the mystery surrounding them. This short documentary (less than one hour) tries to shed some light on the most skilled predators of the oceans with particular attention paid to sharks.
Deep in the oceans live the most dangerous predators. Ocean Predators 3D (which gives the option of watching it in 3D or regular 2D) goes down the list of the top 10 hunters in the oceans of the world. We go through bull sharks, moray eels, barracudas, and, of course, the Great White. A description of the size, weight, hunting method, and general disposition of each is gone over. At times I felt like I should be taking notes to refer back on if I ever came face-to-face with one of these killers. Going into water is never going to be the same again after watching this.
We get some unprecedented access to the top 10 hunters in the oceans. Filmed in beautiful stereoscopic 3D the colours of all the different fish and reefs literally pop off the screen.