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WHAT MAKES A FISH A FISH?

What to know: How do fish take a bath? Learn the truth about sharks.
WHAT MAKES A FISH A FISH? is in the KIDS FIRST! Film Festival - it may not be a regular, endorsed title
Recommended age 5-12
37 minutes
DVD
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Kids liked watching the video and tried to be the first to name the fish they were already familiar with such as sharks, seahorses, and clown fish. The comment heard round the room was, "Sharks are cool." They loved the cinematography, said the music was OK, and liked the first song best. "I liked learning about the special things you need to wear to go into the ocean." "I learned that some fish eat other fish." If you like the ocean and want to learn more about sharks, you would enjoy this.
Well done. Very lighthearted and informative. This wonderful documentary on ocean life provides both food for thought and candy for the eyes. Amazing visuals! Lots of information about ocean life which is told in an easy-to-understand manner and accompanied by a great soundtrack. The shots of the fish are highly detailed and the editing is flawless. The color and contrast throughout is excellent. However, towards the end, the filmmaker and musician talk about what they did in order to create the film. It ads greatly to understanding how filmmaking works. Most children are naturally fascinated with animals, nature and living creatures so this documentary immediately proves successful. It follows a formula of beautiful visuals and captivating fish to hold a child's interest throughout the entire duration of the film. There is only one part, towards the end when they keep showing different kinds of fish that goes on way too long. Other than that, it offers quality educational and entertaining content.
How do fish take a bath? Learn the truth about sharks. Play hide and seek on the reef. The underwater realm provides boundless opportunities to learn and laugh. An upbeat original score celebrates the ocean and brings it to life.
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