Natural History and Wildlife

Red: A Sea Worth Protecting

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RED: A Sea Worth Protecting, combines stunning imagery with compelling human stories. Given its location and characteristics, the Red Sea should be one of the least concerning seas in the world, but it’s fragile and needs protecting.

RED: A Sea Worth Protecting recognises and follows the inspiring journey of the diverse group of people dedicating their lives to protecting it, sharing their frustrations and sacrifices as well as their achievements and hope.

Inspired by the alarming facts of the IUCN red list, the film highlights some of the most extraordinary but sadly endangered species such as the green turtle and the dugong that are key to the Red Sea’s survival.

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Programme Details

DURATION
1 x 60'
AVAILABLE IN
HD
ORIGINAL LANGUAGE
English