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    STV-LV boat travelling towards oil rigs.
    12 ft


    GV oil rigs.
    23 ft


    MV Stanton Waterman, a marine biologist, getting into his diving suit.
    40 ft


    GV UNDERWATER Schools of fish around, and barnacles on the metal supports of rig.
    71 ft


    GV diver, using a sparegun, shooting an emberjack.
    96 ft


    MV ABOVE WATER men, in boat, weighing amberjack.
    106 ft


    GV UNDERWATER diver hunting and shooting barracuda.
    134 ft


    LV-STV ABOVE WATER fishing boats alongside oil rigs, catching red snappers.
    149 ft


    GV shrimpboat travelling near oil rigs.
    160 ft


    LV marlin fighting after being 'hooked' by fishing line. STV being pulled into boat.
    182 ft


    MV Dr. Carl Oppenheimer, a marine biologist, examining a fish.
    192 ft


    CU marine bacteria and various larvas.
    211 ft


    CU UNDERWATER barnacle clusters on rig's metal supports. CU same eating.
    226 ft


    CU sea urchins expelling eggs and sperm.
    235 ft


    GV schools of fish around rig's metal structure,
    246 ft


    GV stingray.
    253 ft


    GV jackfish.
    258 ft


    GV amberjack.
    262 ft


    GV school of red snappers.
    268 ft


    GV angel fish.
    273 ft


    GV trigger fish.
    279 ft


    GV French angel fish.
    283 ft


    GV grey angel fish.
    293 ft


    UNDERWATER PAN from one rig to another.
    305 ft


    SOF begins: 'A remarkable story of ecology in the sea...



    SOF ends: '...a useful and highly constructive contribution.'




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    Film ID:
    VLVAAM5MNANZ7O7EIOUNMCZXVO0E5
    Media URN:
    VLVAAM5MNANZ7O7EIOUNMCZXVO0E5
    Group:
    Reuters - Source to be Verified
    Archive:
    Reuters
    Issue Date:
    01/01/1972
    Sound:
    Unknown
    HD Format:
    Available on request
    Stock:
    Black & White
    Duration:
    00:08:43:00
    Time in/Out:
    /
    Canister:
    N/A

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