This Survivalist Dived Into A Coral Reef | Australian Wilderness S1 EP1 | Wonder
In episode one of Australian Wilderness with Ray Mears, Ray heads west to dive on Ningaloo reef. This is the longest fringing coral reef in the world, and is visible from outer space. And the reef isn’t the only giant in these waters. Ray has a friendly encounter with a massive whale shark, the world’s biggest fish. Not as big though as a megalodon – an ancient shark the size of two double-decker buses, whose fossilized teeth Ray finds in the cliffs near the reef
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This brand-new seven-part series sees renowned bushcraft expert Ray Mears delving further into the outback. Ray travels across Australia to discover how the wildlife and people thrive and adapt in some of the planet’s last great areas of wilderness.
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