Making of “The Ocean’s Greatest Feast”

To film this mass migration, two film crews spent 4 weeks filming the predators and the sardines. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed it! **More info & videos below** “The Ocean’s Greatest Feast“ premiered February 16, 2022, at 8|7c…

Making of "The Ocean's Greatest Feast"

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To film this mass migration, two film crews spent 4 weeks filming the predators and the sardines.

Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed it!
**More info & videos below**

“The Ocean’s Greatest Feast“ premiered February 16, 2022, at 8|7c on PBS.

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The largest biomass migration on the planet takes place every winter along the South African coast – the annual Sardine Run. To film this mega-event, two film crews spent 4 weeks filming predators on their home turf and then following the sardine migration.

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