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Sea of Shadows Official Trailer | National Geographic ctm magazine

In award-winning SEA OF SHADOWS, a multinational team of scientists, activists, journalists and undercover agents go up against drug cartels and illegal traffickers to save the most endangered whale on Earth. In select theaters July 12.
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  • Cesar Flores on August 1, 2019

    what's so special about this fish? I mean, to the poachers, not the planet 🙂

  • MJ H on August 11, 2019

    Such a beautiful animal the Vaquita whale is,and such a friendly smiling face it has like the smiling Dolphins also!!!

  • Tony Sehgal on August 12, 2019

    The poaches need to be removed from the face of the earth. Zero tolerance policy.

  • netwiller028 on August 20, 2019

    Now only 8

  • Wolfgang Weixelbaumer on September 12, 2019

    Good Job Leo 👌🏼😌

  • Patrick Bahtiri on September 17, 2019

    If there would be a „green army“ which is fighting those kind of thinks I would join straight away.

  • Skyfox94 on September 19, 2019

    Watched it yesterday, such an amazing film, really inspiring, scary and sad.

  • Santa Lucia Vargas on September 24, 2019

    Dear folks I live there near of this place in El Golfo Sonora “la vaquita marina” is a big lie! my dad is a fisherman AND THAT ANIMAL IT DOES’N exist! Never nobody have seen this “animal” a real fisherman hundreds of them was fighting about this.. now the totoaba is the real one that is in danger! Are two different things! As mexican citizens from that area we know mexican government has an other hide intention from the side of the sea. We know it and they will try to give more lies takes what it takes.

  • Alondra Garcia on September 25, 2019

    Yo soy de San Felipe el lugar de esa película y no, no es asi

  • Larissa Araujo on September 29, 2019

    Oh it came out on my birthday, certainly a must watch

  • Bork Fork on October 2, 2019

    Kudos to everyone who is working to save the Vaquita.

  • anton douhnovsky on November 2, 2019


  • ZOOM TANGER on November 21, 2019

    If you're obsessed follow me

  • wendenwennwund on December 1, 2019

    Why are chinese looking so desperately for aphrodisiacs and pay such amounts? Horn from the rhino, swim bladders… Without it, obviously nothing works.

  • Sam Lair on December 3, 2019

    Superstitious Chinese and corrupt Mexican officials and criminals working hand in hand. The good Chinese and Mexicans are at an extreme disadvantage. The battle between good and evil goes on and on. In the end, karma has the final say.

  • Puquita Lu on December 5, 2019

    Maledetti pescatori di frodo, maledetti ancor più quelli che pagano per quella droga causando l'estinzione della vaquita e provocando anche effetti collaterali. QUESTO FILM di denuncia È NECESSARIO.Purtroppo tanti non sanno neppure cos'è una vaquita.Grazie ancora a Leo per il suo impegno, grazie a quelli che hanno permesso di realizzare il film, un grazie di cuore a tutti coloro che lottano e si impegnano a salvaguardare i mari e le specie che ci vivono: siete degli eroi

  • GODTAM G ! on December 6, 2019

    Save them Mexico

  • mav on December 10, 2019

    Poachers deserve nothing but death.

  • Southern Pennsy Railfan on February 3, 2020

    now this Ive gotta sea

  • Manong Juan on February 24, 2020

    Covid-19: dont worry chinese poachers getting extinct now

  • Joy Barry on April 18, 2020

    We must support Sea Shepherd!!

  • Chloe Lambert on May 16, 2020

    Here from tiktok

  • mike ez love on July 4, 2020

    the funny thing is all they needed to do is re educate the pochers to save a few for reproduction ,,fishing aint a crime but waist dont help them either teach how to capitolize by educating in reproduction protect your own goal makeing it allowed if ya do it right,just save a few to the fishery for every one you catch simple deed equals permission didnt need over reaction
    thats too extreame for some fish

  • Hein Meier on July 23, 2020


  • Jaeden Nicklas on August 11, 2020

    Poor animal i wish that animal i wish ill comeback

  • Lawtorius Vermillion on August 13, 2020

    Where can i watch this for free and full episodes ?

  • Monika Riedl on August 15, 2020


  • Pablo A. on September 13, 2020

    Spoiler: they captured one and it died off stress.

  • Joe Stiller on January 2, 2021

    Thank you for bring this public

  • X S on April 3, 2021

    希望美国国家地理频道还请也多报道一下美国与西欧的环境问题和动物的状况。 真相,如果只报道一部分的话,那还是真相吗。

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  • MaryD on May 13, 2021

    This is too late for vaquita dolphines

  • Darion Balkaran on June 13, 2021

    This is good war.

  • Darion Balkaran on June 13, 2021

    I support this. Keep those animals alive.

  • Irresistible Truth on September 12, 2021

    I think the best way to stop illegal fishing in the Sea of Cortez is to run an advertisement campaign in China educating people on the side effects of their mad desire for Totoaba.
    If the demand for totoaba fish disappears, the illegal fishing will stop very quickly.

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