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The Great White Shark: Blue Water, White Death

 

In 1971 the documentary film Blue Water, White Death introduced thousands to the great white shark and famously inspired the film Jaws. Once feared, and still considered a fearsome predator, great whites are now often the subject of ocean conservation. Last year the fantastic film Blue Water, White Death was re-released, and it does just as fantastic a job sharing the story of these incredible creatures.

One of the stars of the film is diver and filmmaker Valerie Taylor. She will join us aboard National Geographic Orion on the ship’s inaugural expedition, Exploring Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, The Solomons & The Great Barrier Reef. If you’d like to travel with her, there are still some cabins available.

One Comment

  1. Renan Ferrer says:

    I watched this movie such a day. Unfortunately the film was already late. It has amazing pictures. A beautiful work even more when it comes to 1971. Thanks for sharing with us. Cheers! Renan Ferrer

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