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Ocean Odyssey

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2008-05-15 17:00:00
In 2004 an 80-year-old, 45 tonne bull sperm whale is found stranded on a beach in New Zealand. His body carries the scars of a life lived in the most extreme environment on Earth, the ocean.

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2008-05-15 16:00:00
In 2004 an 80-year-old, 45 tonne bull sperm whale is found stranded on a beach in New Zealand. His body carries the scars of a life lived in the most extreme environment on Earth, the ocean.

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2007-06-28 11:45:00
Two-part documentary looking at the amazing journey of a whale in our oceans. It's 1960 and the whale is entering not just a new chapter of his life but a whole new ocean, the Pacific.

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2006-06-29 02:55:00
Two-part documentary looking at the amazing journey of a whale in our oceans. It's 1960 and the whale is entering not just a new chapter of his life but a whole new ocean, the Pacific.

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2006-06-29 01:55:00
In 2004 an 80-year-old, 45 tonne bull sperm whale is found stranded on a beach in New Zealand. His body carries the scars of a life lived in the most extreme environment on Earth, the ocean.

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2006-05-31 20:00:00
Two-part documentary looking at the amazing journey of a whale in our oceans. It's 1960 and the whale is entering not just a new chapter of his life but a whole new ocean, the Pacific.

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2006-05-24 20:00:00
In 2004, an 80-year-old, 45 tonne bull sperm whale is found stranded on a beach in New Zealand. His body carries the scars of a life lived in the most extreme environment on earth, the deep ocean.

> Ocean Odyssey on BBC One at 2006-05-24 19:00:00
In 2004, an 80-year-old, 45 tonne bull sperm whale is found stranded on a beach in New Zealand. His body carries the scars of a life lived in the most extreme environment on earth, the deep ocean.

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