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Life on the Reef is set in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia, following and exploring the inhabitants of the undersea wonder. The blue frontier is one of the richest and most complex natural habitats, and this series takes viewers where man meets wild and nature calls the shots. See first-hand how nature deals with threats such as storms and predators, adapts to combat ever evolving ocean life, and watch the awe of the deep blue sea unfold before you as seasons change.

Rangers, coast guards, scientists and residents guide and narrate this series giving an insiders view on what life is like under the sea, find out what effects humans have on the area, watch as wildlife is reintroduced and critical salvage missions are launched in this three-part documentary shot in the course of a year on location at Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Guest stars include pregnant whales, manta rays, sea turtles, anemones and of course, coral.

Life on the Reef is a Nature, Mini-Series series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (3 episodes). The series first aired on July 22, 2015. It has mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 8.6.

Life on the Reef is available for streaming on the PBS website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Life on the Reef on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon, PBS, Google Play online.

PBS
1 Season, 3 Episodes
July 22, 2015
Nature, Mini-Series
8.6/10
Cast: Rupert Reid
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Life on the Reef Full Episode Guide

  • See how the human and animal residents of the reef prepare for a category five cyclone that brings destruction to the North Queensland coast.

  • Spring brings with it an explosion of life on the reef: corals spawn; sea birds nest; and thousands of baby turtles crowd the beaches.

  • A look at life on Australia's Great Barrier Reef. First up: tourists enjoy perfect weather; humpback whales give birth; fire destroys a luxury yacht; and 20,000 green sea turtles return to their breeding colony.