Undersea Edens: Rainforest to Reef
Just north of Australia, the island country of Papua, New Guinea hosts a bounty of freakishly wild underwater creatures. Its reefs bustle with colorful life, but this aquatic paradise belies its true nature. It's a battleground, and adaptability is the key to survival. We spend time with giant manta rays, silvertip sharks, moray eels, toxic jellyfish and other creatures sharing this tight space to learn how they keep themselves and their species thriving in this fish-eat-fish world.
Octopus on the Prowl
When a male veined octopus is on the prowl, he's all business and he has a voracious appetite.