The Great White Odyssey: Screening of National Geographic Shark Documentary
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The last date listed for The Great White Odyssey was Wednesday March 11, 2009 / 7:30pm.
Currently at National Geographic's Grosvenor Auditorium
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This was a fascinating documentary concerning the migration path of a great white shark named "Nicole". As in all National Geographic projects, the photography was truly incredible. Afterwards there was a question and answer session with the...continued
Dive into a deep-sea expedition with two world-renowned shark experts as they follow Nicole, a 12-foot great white shark, on an epic journey across an ocean teeming with threats. As vividly depicted in the National Geographic Channel’s The Great White Odyssey, Nicole navigates icy cold waters, dives to unfathomable depths, and outsmarts some of the ocean’s most lethal predators on her 6,000-nautical mile, 99-day swim—the longest marine migration ever recorded. This world premiere screening will be followed by a discussion with shark expert Ramón Bonfil, who directed the project.
Presented as part of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital.
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