Plagues of giant jellyfish are preparing to attack Japan – billions of these sumo sized gelatinous monsters will wreak havoc on Japan's coastal towns and cities.
Are giant jellyfish blooms taking over our oceans?
Big enough to sink fishing boats, the giant nomura jellyfish grows to over two metres long and up to 200kg, one of the world's largest jellyfish. Rising sea temperatures has seen an increase in these monsters – and this year will see the biggest attack ever.
This HD film captures an underwater attack unfolding on Japans shores. We follow a fishing community that is being destroyed by huge blooms, and a scientist racing to find a way to stop these monsters breeding.
Is global warming to blame, can these jellyfish blooms be stopped? Or are they taking over our oceans.
Physicist and author Brian Greene, brings us a mind-blowing new exploration of space, time, and the very nature of reality.
Acclaimed filmmaker Ken Burns chronicles the worst man-made ecological disaster in American history.
A fresh perspective on the birth of civilisation in the Near and Middle East and its dynamic influence on the West.