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Take an unprecedented visual journey into Planet Water. Water Life captures extraordinary locations and intimate animal behavior never before seen on film. Two years in the making, this groundbreaking series takes viewers on an unprecedented visual journey to aquatic ecosystems on five continents to reveal how water shapes and sculpts the landscape and provides food and refuge for an astonishing array of species. This epic series tells water's story as never before to engage viewers in vital discussions about how water must be conserved and preserved. Learn the impact of climate change, pollution and other factors that are changing the environment and affecting each and every one of us. Water Life is the first Spanish series about water filmed fully in HD with 26 chapters of 26 minutes each and produced by CinTV.
|S01E01||A World of Water||10/11/2010||This episode primarily focuses on the composition of animals and plants, establishing the use and necessity of water for all living beings to exist.|
|S01E02||Where Water is Born||17/11/2010||We're taken on a journey from the origin of water at glaciers or snowcapped mountain runoff, to the hillside lakes and streams below.|
|S01E03||Water's Pulse||24/11/2010||'Water's Pulse' is a cautionary lesson on the influence the human pollution is having on underwater species.|
|S01E04||Uncertain Water||01/12/2010||This episode discusses the environmental impact carbon dioxide is having on the dwindling atmosphere that encapsulates Earth, and how the changing temperatures impact glaciers, water temperatures and the climate of several ecosystems across the globe.|
|S01E05||The Big Blue||08/12/2010||'The Big Blue# provides a general overview of oceanic life, which includes the migratory patterns of whales and turtles and creatures from the deep.|
|S01E06||Under the Sea||15/12/2010||This episode moves one step closer to land, presenting viewers with a glimpse of the ecosystem in various smaller bodies of water.|
|S01E07||The Underwater City||22/12/2010||We're provided with an analysis of the symbiotic link between algae and coral: the complex formation of coral reefs help nurture, protect and shelter the various creatures that hide in the crevices of the beautiful reefs.|
|S01E08||The Frontier of the Sea||29/12/2010||Plants have adapted over the years to live within sandy dunes (storing water for use during low tide), elephant seals and penguins use the beach for mating (not with each other of course), and turtles emerge from their ocean home to lay eggs in the soft sand of the beach.|
|S01E09||On the Seaside||16/04/2011||'On the Seaside' focuses on the cliffs and rocky habitats that exist along the ocean coast. Animals living within this ecosystem are separated into zones according to how close they stay to the level of the water.|
|S01E10||The Wandering Water||23/04/2011||We're introduced to an educational analysis of various shapes generated by water. From gas in the atmosphere to the expansive oceans that cover the planet, water molecules are constantly changing, yet always there.|
|S01E11||The Quiet Flow||30/04/2011||This episode delves into an analysis of the animals that populate pools and banks of slow moving rivers.|
|S01E12||Protective Water||07/05/2011||Snowfall and ice build-up are the subject of this episode, which analyzes the formation of glaciers and the effect seasonal snow has on the wildlife in mountainous regions.|
|S01E13||Fleeting Water||14/05/2011||As the title implies, this episode focuses on the arid climates of the world and the effect the scarce resource has on the landscape.|
|S01E14||Jungle Water||21/05/2011||Continuing with the theme of analyzing different forms of life that populate varying climates across the world, the animals and plants of the rainforests are the subject of this episode.|
|S01E16||Soup of Life||04/06/2011|
|S01E23||Kingdom of Tides||07/10/2011|
|S01E24||In Sight of the Coast||10/10/2011|
|S00E01||Making Of Water Life||00/00/0000||Going behind the scene of the making of this documentary|