matsalu nature film festival
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Directors Kina Scollay, Max Quinn, Braydon Molonley, Kyle Swann / New Zealand 2017 / 45 min / Lihula Greenroom 23.09 - 12:00


Spewing noxious chemicals for the past 150,000 years, White Island is New Zealand’s most active volcano.  But despite its toxic nature, this place is a haven for life. Thousands of Australasian gannets flock here every summer to breed. Common dolphins roam the open ocean on the constant search for food.  A  6 month old dolphin must learn her pod’s hunting strategy if she is to survive, and local reef residents will seize any opportunity they can as the oceanic visitors arrive.

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