Desert Seas

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Along the east and west coasts of Saudi Arabia are two seas that contain a treasure of marine life that few knew existed -- and even fewer had ever seen. The Arabian Gulf was formed at the end of the last Ice Age, some 10,000 years ago, and the Red Sea's history goes back even further. And now, thanks to Saudi Aramco, for the first time millions of viewers across the globe are able to marvel and see up close the exotic marine life that populates these two bodies of water. Saudi Aramco teamed up with award winning British documentary makers Icon Films to produce Desert Seas, a 60 minute natural history production that took more than a year to produce. The film's objective was clear: to expose the world to the wondrous subsurface realms of the Kingdom's waters.

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Clicked on the video then I heard David Attenborough and I was very happy.

Author — TheSkyHadAWeegee

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16:10 More like the young ones get eaten quickly!

Author — Bryan Mendesdacosta

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Lovely to see these documentaries rather than ugly news.

Author — Im Thanos

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We as a species need to figure out how to make David Attenborough immortal. He's too important to lose.

Author — simplesam01

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who else scrolled to the comments immediately after hearing "Gangster fish cruising the Hood" XD

Author — Brandon Josue

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Ill watch anything as long as hes narrating.

Author — violet erin

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I really appreciate the narration: humorous yet presenting the information in a clear way.

Author — MightyMary

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I've been listening to David Attenborough since I was a child and at 62 y/o now whenever I hear him I know I'm in for an interesting narrative. He is 94 years and is living a life few of us could even dream of..He was 87 when he narrated this program.

Author — Howard Conover

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I used to live and work in Salalah (a coastal city in Oman) for 4 years. Unfortunately, I only went snorkeling a few times. but the sea life was remarkable. This video brought back a lot of memories.

Author — John Scanlon

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"Blue finned trevally cruising the hood"
I wonder if they are beefing with the red finned trevally. 11:26

Author — joe smoe

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If you can watch one of these programs and you don't have a "THAT IS FUC*ING BEAUTIFUL" moments you don't have a heart.... 👍

Author — Lee Holmes

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Growing up in Kuwait i myself never seen such amazing creatures, until 2 decades later

Author — Munchkin Russel

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11:34 "cruising the hood" never thought I'd ever hear David Attenborough speaking slang.

Author — Daha Solomon

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Clicked for the dessert for David Attenborough

Author — Struen Lee

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I wish that the discovery channel would have stayed like this

Author — CsStoker

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"Gangstas Cruising through the hood" Narrated by Attenborough .... masterpiece. =D

Author — Dane-Jah

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Actively looked for David Attenborough on youtube and played the video. Always come for the narration.

Author — Adib Sarwar

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gangster fish cruising the hood!! lmao

Author — Wayne Michael King

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15:07 That one Cormorant in the corner of the frame just praying for a stiff breeze is an emotion I relate to.

Author — YoungerOstrich9

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The two sides of the gulfs are a bit like the West (something from nothing) and the South (Oil Rich), and especially in currency terms.

Author — MAkM