In the wild North Atlantic, massive whale pods, giant turtles and monstrous jellyfish ride the Gulf Stream, a huge ocean current that becomes a migration super-highway and helps warm Northern Europe. Meanwhile, fishermen battle for survival in mountainous seas as they try to reap the current's natural fertility.
In the vast South Atlantic, huge pods of dolphins, massive penguin colonies and the largest gathering of marine mammals on Earth pack chains of extraordinary islands, created by powerful volcanic forces far below them.
In the Tropical Atlantic, everything from dolphins to manatees thrive in the Caribbean's warm, sheltered waters, fringed with coral reefs and rich mangrove forests, but extreme heat in Africa unleashes terrifying hurricanes.
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