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Two Worlds is a nature documentary TV series that premiered in 1998. The series explores the life of some of the sea's most fierce, rare and misunderstood creatures. Two Worlds explores the world of animals such as dolphins, lion fish, giant octopus, barracudas, walrus and reef sharks.

Viewers get to see how some of the rarest and strangest creatures of the ocean hunt, mate, and migrate as the seasons change. From the deep depths of the ocean where the giant octopus resides, to the barren rocky shores where walruses gather to mate, to the warm tropical waters where reef sharks thrive, viewers see the habitats of these strange creatures of the sea.

Two Worlds is a Nature, Documentary & Biography series that is currently running and has 1 seasons (6 episodes). The series first aired on July 8, 1998.

Two Worlds is available for streaming on the Content Media Corporation website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Two Worlds on demand at Amazon Prime, Amazon online.

Content Media Corporation
1 Season, 6 Episodes
July 8, 1998
Nature, Documentary & Biography
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Two Worlds Full Episode Guide

  • For all its fascination, the sea is really no place for human beings. Apart from being ill equipped to manage for long without surfacing to breathe, we lack the speed and agility to avoid the ocean's larger predators.

  • The trumpet fish, itself a successful predator on shrimps and other small animals, shows its skill at hiding, and introduces us to other cryptic creatures of the ocean.

  • A more aggressive form of defence than camouflage or flight is the subject of this show: an array of defensive weapons, demonstrated by a lion fish.

  • A California sealion leads us through the kingdom of the mammals that went to sea. We meet harp seals with their young, living amongst ice and snow, and harbour seals in more temperate surroundings.

  • As we follow groups of playful dolphins, we meet some of the whales whose very survival was put at risk by Man's greed and fear.

  • While we look on in amazement at this range of wonders and mysteries, we explore the other world with which we share what we call the Earth, though in view of the nature of its surface it should probably be called the Ocean