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The World Below

diver harvesting geoduckThursday Jan. 13, 2011 at 10:00 p.m. PBS station KBTC (from Tacoma) aired "The World Below." This half hour show features many video examples of underwater creatures and habitats filmed by John F. Williams in Puget Sound with an extended interview with Williams in the background. Topics included our marine environment as part of our neighborhood and some of the issues facing our waters.

This is an episode of the documentary series "Full Focus" by Daniel Kopec.

Watch The World Below on PBS. See more from KBTC.

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