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Description

Sharks documentary

Vocal Characteristics

Language

English

Voice Age

Middle Aged (35-54)

Accents

British, England - London (Cockney, Estuary, East End)

Transcript

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50 million years ago, these island continents broke away from the Arctic, abandoning it to the core which froze it. Now strong winds called the roaring forties crash against this rugged coast, bringing with them life from the ice in which rich nutrients are carried by the currents from the South Pole. Deep down beneath the ice of the Antarctic 2000 kilometres. From here, the cold water collects minerals, oxygen and carbon dioxide. For the sharks, this is a region of hunting. The basic design of their bodies is over 300 million years old and is literally perfect, but only one of them has caused death. Beyond the reef lies the kingdom of the Great killer, the great white 2000 kg of savage strength, an animal that after thousands of years of terror, we are learning to admire.