The world’s coastlines are diverse and dynamic. Born from fire and colliding continents… shaped by an unrelenting maelstrom of weather and currents. They are an ever-changing front line, where land meets the sea with violent fury and bountiful riches. Along the world’s coasts marine animals have adapted to feed, mate and raise their young. Reddish egrets learn to dance on water, Atlantic bottlenose dolphins coordinate a beach assault, sea turtles choose a mate, penguins surf the waves, whales hunt on land and great white sharks patrol the coasts. In the place where land and water meet mother nature thrives in even this most hostile environment.