Study Of Sea Horses In Australia 1966

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    Title: "First in Australia: Amazing Film of Sea horses" Cameraman Dietmar Fill. Cinesound Review. M.S. Waves breaking over rocks around coast of Australia and a frogman dives into water to explore the depths.

    V.S. Of underwater sea life: Sea Urchin, Anemone, Elephant shell, Hermit Crab, Shrimp, Rose petal Shell, Pipe Fish and lots of sea horses. The shots look as if they are taken in a tank. MS Skin Diver and Underwater photographer, Lesley Price with his aquarium. Various Sea horse shots including eggs hatching.

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    British Pathé
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    01:13:31:00 / 01:16:05:00
    UN 4127 H
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    UN 4127 H
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