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Best 'Fish' DVD?

Discussion in 'DVD' started by Mark Hayenga, Jul 22, 2005.

  1. Mark Hayenga

    Mark Hayenga Supporting Actor

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    Hi,

    I'm an aquarist who's living in an apartment for a year without my tanks. Amazon has Coral Reef Adventure (IMAX documentary), Coral Sea Dreaming, and Naked Fish. I was wondering if anyone had tried them and had an opinion as to which was best. I'm particularly interested in reef aquariums (frogspawn coral or GSP blown up to 100" on my projector would be awesome).

    TIA,

    Mark
     
  2. Andrew Chong

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    If you don't mind an additional IMAX documentary, try The Living Sea. Sorry, I don't recall if it has reefs in it.
     
  3. Aaron Silverman

    Aaron Silverman Executive Producer

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    My favorite is Sunsets On Empire: Live In Poland 1997:

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    But seriously -- I have Aquaria -- The Complete Aquarium Collection and it's pretty good. It includes five different tanks (including a saltwater reef-type), and a choice of 4 audio tracks for each one (aquarium bubbling, surf, or one of two music tracks) so you get some nice variety.
     
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    I can't wait until HDDVD. I'd love to get something like that in HD. [​IMG]
     
  5. Arnie G

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    I have Blue Planet: Seas of Life, which is a documentary but has some amazing stuff.
     

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