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New natural history documentary Puff: Wonders of the Reef, narrated by Rose Byrne, is coming to Netflix.

The doco follows a baby puffer fish through a vibrant coral reef as he learns to survive and thrive through his first year of life.

This marks the first Australian Netflix Original documentary.

Follow a baby puffer fish through a vibrant coral reef as he learns to survive and thrive through his first year of life – an extraordinary journey for a little fish that starts out smaller than a human fingernail. For the first time, scientists, cinematographers and documentary filmmakers have combined their skills to transport us into Puff’s tiny world – a world where drama unfolds on scales too fast, too slow, or too small for the human eye to perceive.

Narrated by internationally-renowned Australian actress Rose Byrne, this is the story of the tiny, often overlooked creatures that live in one of Earth’s most diverse ecosystems, and the interconnectedness of life that links our world to theirs. Filmed in Australia on The Great Barrier Reef, the sophisticated super macro techniques specifically developed for the film will immerse viewers in the exquisite world on the reef’s tiny, weird, and wonderful inhabitants.

Directed by Nick Robinson of Wild Pacific Media, creators behind award-winning documentary films, Australia’s Ocean Odyssey, Kakadu and Life on the Reef. Cinematography by Pete West of BioQuest Studios, world leaders in the most advanced technologies in underwater filmmaking and photography.

Producers: Electra Manikakis, Nick Robinson and Peta Ayers.
Co-Producers: Pete West, Louise Polain and Daniel Stoupin.
Writers: Nick Robinson and Peta Ayers.
Editors: Bobbi Hansel, Natasha Alves, Caspar Mazzotti and Jack Riley.
Music: Hylton Mowday.

Puff: Wonders of the Reef is a BioQuest Studios and Wild Pacific Media production for Netflix. Major production investment from Screen Australia in association with Screen Queensland.

December 16 on Netflix.

Source: tvtonight.com.au

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