1995. Nowhere on Earth supports more life than the living sand and mud of an estuary. The waters are alive with ducks, seals, and some unlikely visitors. Beneath the waves there's a hidden world of carnage where even predators need to look out for enemies. Such riches attract us too, in order to share the treasures. Why does so much life gravitate towards such bleak places, and is there room for humans as well? Farming and conservation can collide though sometimes it can feed some of it. The health of our estuaries ensures wildlife can thrive along side us. A documentary reminding us that all species depend on one another.
Film Duration: 46 min