On a pier by the ocean a little girl is about to 'set free' her fish, but finds out how her good intentions could go wrong.
Animated film targeting pet owners, specifically those that have aquarium tanks, to not release their pets and plants into the environment because they may become invasive. The film uses the invasion of Caulerpa taxifolia as an example for why people should not release pets or plants into the environment.
Animated film can also be used as a teaching tool along with our curriculum that meets state of California and National Science standards!USCSG-ME-03-2007 (N/C)
Growing coastal populations mean increased recreation on fragile rocky shores, and a need for fostering awareness and appreciation of these habitats by large numbers of visitors.
The purpose of this video is to ensure the preservation of healthy tidepools by encouraging responsible behavior of students and teachers during field trips. The goal is to educate students, tourists and locals so that they can enjoy the precious resources found in these delicate ecosystems while respecting their fragility. Produced in Orange County, California, and narrated by local authorities, the video includes children's comments. The video is designed as a teacher resource to be used in classrooms preparing for field trips to the coast.($10.00) USCSG-ME-01-01