A wildlife documentary based on perhaps the most camouflaged of all ocean fish, the leafy sea dragon. Shot mostly in South Australia, the documentary reveals exclusive footage of the sea dragons in their natural habitat. Feeding, courting dances, breeding and reproduction, including footage of a male leafy sea dragon as he gives birth in the wild, are just some areas covered in this epic tale. Not much has been recorded about these mysterious creatures, but as the documentary evolves, more and more secrets are reavealed.
This South Australian animated film tells of Gavin, a leafy seadragon who gets lost, goes on a journey of self-discovery, meets whales, a shark, nudibranchs, cuttlefish and a sealion. His voyage along the South Australian coastline finally leads him home.
Directed and written by Jess Wallace ; producer, Judi Oehme ; animation director, Greg Holfeld ; animation by The People's Republic of Animation.
Australia is an island continent with one of the most pristine and ecologically unique marine environments in the world, it is the responsibility of everyone to ensure its continued protection and preservation. Australia has adopted the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL). All ships in Australian waters must comply with the MARPOL regulations. The purpose of this DVD is to help you fulfil your responsibilities to the marine environment while in Australia's waters
Roger Kirkwood spent a year living with the Emperor penguins on the Mawson Coast of Antarctica.
Stunning photographs combine with fascinating facts to make this definitive account. The DVD is a great accompaniment to the book and allows children to get a sense of the challenges the penguins, and the scientists who study them, face.
Various styles and colours available, all recycled plastic bottle lids. Prices range from $8 to $16. Locally made by Cutie Petutie Crafts with 50% of purchase donated to the Marine Discovery Centre. Colour can be chosen on pick up or at the time of payment.