Three oceanic wildlife documentaries presented by Australian naturalist and adventurer Ben Cropp. In 'Rhythm of Life', Ben and his wife Lynn spend 24 hours on a coral reef, examining the life of the world beneath the sea. In 'The Coral Sea', Ben explores the islands and wildlife of the Coral Sea, east of Queensland and south of the Solomons, on the north east coast of Australia. 'Exotic and Erotica of the Deep' focuses on sea creatures with weird and wonderful sexual behaviour, including an exotic dancing worm that has a penis inside its mouth sharp enough to harpoon its food, a cleaner fish that changes sex to keep control of a harem of females, a male sea horse that incubates the female's eggs in its pouch, and a type of nautilus with a penis as large as its body.
Ben Cropp, Dean Cropp
Ben Cropp's Wild Australia: Wet and Wild Mysteries of the Deep