Sea Ghosts

Sea Ghosts Trailer

Sea Ghosts

The beluga whale is an evolutionary surprise — a warm-blooded mammal in a numbingly cold sea. But their world is now ground zero for climate change. What lies ahead for the beluga could become prophesy for many species everywhere, including our own. A preview from the PBS series, Jean-Michel Cousteau: Ocean Adventures Sea Ghosts.

Sea Ghosts

Locations

United States
39° 5' 45.4668" N, 47° 48' 45" W
Canada
44° 22' 22.656" N, 75° 22' 20.244" W
United States
60° 6' 51.84" N, 139° 19' 15.06" W
United States
61° 51' 55.8" N, 150° 14' 54.456" W
United States
69° 27' 23.616" N, 163° 39' 1.8" W
Canada
74° 52' 51.24" N, 93° 32' 56.652" W
Canada
66° 54' 5.04" N, 65° 25' 56.676" W

In the 2007 Sea Ghosts expedition the Ocean Futures Society team traveled to the Canadian Arctic and Alaska to learn more about the canaries of the sea. Please click on the link to Explore!

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