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Today, a busy port servicing heavy industry continues to develop in Dampier, Western Australia. It provides museum scientists with the unique opportunity to observe and document the effects of industry on the surrounding natural habitats and marine wildlife - from sharks to shrimps and worms to whales. The scientists reveal it may be possible for people and marine life to coexist. But one accident and much of the marine life could be destroyed. The Dampier Archipelago is truly a place where life exists on the edge.

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Crew

Director
Clay Bryce
Writers
John Beaton  Clay Bryce
Producer
Brian Beaton  Clay Bryce

Cast

Murray Jennings

Production Details

Production Completion
2001
Genre
Natural history and environment
Production Company
WA Museum Documentary Unit

Sales

International Sales
Hit Entertainment