Destination Wild—The New Sperm Whale▼ 野外遊蹤 —— 全新抹香鯨 Journey into the deep with National Geographic. 和國家地理潛入海底一探最深處。
Humans have managed to explore almost every inch of land on the globe from Siberia to Antarctica. We have even left our planet entirely to begin our journey into space. However, the deepest parts of the oceans still remain a mystery to us. This month on National Geographic's Destination Wild—The New Sperm Whale, viewers will be taken on a never-before-seen journey to the ocean depths with one of its largest mammals▼. Sperm whales have evolved▼ to hunt in the deepest parts of the sea. Their giant bodies allow them to survive the extreme water pressure. Protected by thick layers of fat, these whales can dive nearly 2,500 meters below the waves. They can achieve this amazing stunt▼ because they can hold their breath for up to 90 minutes. It is there in the dark that they go on the hunt for giant squid▼ and other animals we have never even seen before. Thanks to new radio tags▼, 3D scanning▼technology, and advanced cameras, National Geographic film crews were able to follow these hunters down to the bottom of the deep blue sea. Be sure to tune in to Destination Wild—The New Sperm Whale this month on National Geographic.