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Title The Children Of The Moon.

Published Australia : SBS 2 [broadcaster], 2010 April 22 at 23:00:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2005.

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 UniM INTERNET video    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 streaming video file (52 min. 50 sec.) ; 320713913 bytes
Summary Tidal bores develop at spring tides in funnel-shaped estuaries, and can be observed in 60 to 80 rivers worldwide. They're particularly spectacular during the strong equinoctial tides and can provide great surfing opportunities. This documentary follows bore enthusiasts in three spots: Sao Domingo do Capim in the heart of the Amazon in Brazil, Saint-Pardon in Gironde, France, (both highly regarded by surfers and kayakers worldwide), and Haining in China, where a tide-watching festival is held each year. (From France, in French, Portuguese, Mandarin and English, English subtitles) (Documentary) (Rpt) G WS.
Audience Classification G ACMA.
Other author Chilvers, Simon, actor.
Subject Bores (Tidal phenomena)
Estuarine ecology -- Environmental aspects.
Surfing.
Tides -- Environmental aspects.
Documentary.