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From the spectacular installation at the Smithsonian’s Sant Ocean Hall comes Ocean Odyssey.
In 2008, the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., opened the largest exhibit in its history, the Sant Ocean Hall. A key feature of the hall is the Ocean Odyssey presentation—eight high-definition projections that wrap 220 feet of the hall’s upper bay.
The Smithsonian commissioned filmmaker and ocean conservationist, Feodor Pitcairn, to create this one-of-a-kind installation. A pioneer in underwater HD production, Pitcairn traveled with his team to some of the world’s most remote and magical ocean places to capture stunning footage of marine ecosystems.
Now you can watch all the wonders filmed for this Smithsonian exhibit from your home with our very special edition of Ocean Odyssey.
From the Tiny...to the Titanic
See tiny damselfish in their splendid coral reef habitat. Witness sperm whales up close and the graceful ballet of giant manta rays. Discover ocean oddities such as marine iguanas of the Galapagos, the only seagoing lizard, and the huge Mola Mola off California, an ocean sunfish that reaches spans of up to fourteen feet. Watch whale sharks cruising through the mist at a spawning event in Belize and a pugnacious garibaldi fish protecting his nest. And much, much more!
Blu-ray Disc Orig. $24.99 NOW $14.98 (Members $13.48)
DVD Orig. $19.99 NOW $13.99 (Members $12.59)
The disc includes the 57-minute Ocean Odyssey feature with two viewing options: one with music and narration and one with music only--plus a 47-minute, behind-the-scenes Bonus Feature with cinematographers Feo Pitcairn and Bob Cranston sharing adventures at sea and insights from the production. Featuring footage from the Galapagos, Raja Ampat, the Maldives, the Azores, Hawaii, the Caribbean, the Bahamas, the Channel Islands, British Columbia, the Gulf of Mexico, French Polynesia and Belize.