Not only did I learn some good facts, but I also liked Stacy Keach'es narration.
This is a 54-minute documentary produced as a National Geographic Special.
Known for their boundless grace, playful energy and friendliness, captive dolphins are always earger to please and perform.
In the open sea, however, these awe-inspiring mammals are powerful, cunning and ruthless.
A team of dolphins coordinates a devastating attack on a massive school of fish.
Dolphins learn from an early age how to hydroplane through mere inches of water to catch fish.
It is an informative and entertaining film to learn the secret side of these sociable yet aggressive creatures.
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