Cousteau studies marine animals, including herding dolphins, playing whales and seal pups.
History of the desolate island includes a lighthouse keeper's reign of terror.
The crew searches the Mediterranean and Caribbean for acient shipwrecks and their stories.
Cousteau studies the Nile's ecosystem and the river's bearing on civilization.
Jacques Cousteau examines the influence of the 4,0000-mile Nile on human history and notes the present state of the river and its ecosystem as he searches for the sources of the Blue and White rivers.
Cousteau examines the history of the 4,000-mile river and traces the sources of the Blue and White rivers.
Cousteau explores Easter Island, the site of giant stone heads, with a history of ill-fated inhabitants.
Cousteau studies environmental consequences of a 1974 sinking of a freighter carrying toxic chemicals.
A study of Mediterranean pollution shows areas once teeming with life are now barren.
The crew excavates Minoan ruins off the coast of Crete for clues to the legendary lost continent.
Cousteau dives in the Mediterranean and Atlantic seeking remains of the legendary lost continent.
Cousteau explores a Roman shipwreck and returns its plundered artifacts to their home in Greece.
The crew explores the Aegean site where the Titanic's sister ship mysteriously sank in 1916.