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Mermaids 1 Season 2013

Could mermaids really exist? Grounded in a radical scientific theory, MERMAIDS is a story about two scientists who testify they found the remains of a never-before-identified sea creature. With actual amateur footage and stunning CGI, experts explore what mermaids may look like, how they lived and how they could have evolved but remained hidden - until now.

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1. Mermaids: The Body Found - The Extended Cut

A team of scientists testifies that they found the remains of a sea creature with ties to human origins - a modern day mermaid. They claim a massive government cover-up is currenly hiding the creature's existence from the general public.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 1 hour, 21 minutes Release date: May 26, 2013
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2. Mermaids: The New Evidence

Examining the startling, never-before-seen video evidence of aquatic hominids that has come forward since the documentary MERMAIDS: THE BODY FOUND first aired in 2012, with the original whistleblower on the Mermaid Conspiracy, Dr. Paul Robertson.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: May 26, 2013
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Season year 2013
Network Animal Planet
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Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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My husband and I really enjoyed this show, and the acting in it was very good. We were half-convinced, even knowing it was mostly fiction going in.

Shows like this are fun, because they make you really think about our relationships with other creatures inhabiting the earth. Yeah, we may only be sharing the earth with extraterrestrial aliens (heehee) and not mermaids, but it's always mind tickling to say..."you never know"!

Some of the show had really valid points--the whole whale beaching thing is scary. The sonar theory sounded pretty feasible to us, and after researching online, the U.S. Navy has accepted blame in the death of whales in the past. How sad. It's like the theory of why all the bees are dying--the cell phone towers and radio-frequency radiation--and how it is disrupting the bees internal navigation systems. Technology is wonderful, but the natural order of life on earth should come first and foremost, even if we have to forego some modern conveniences to protect our environment. It seems a no-brainer, but the towers keep going up, and the bees keep dying...$$$ for the big companies--that's the bottom line in our world now--the force that drives the United States for sure.
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Great fiction documentary. Graphics are wonderful. Acting is mediocre but very entertaining all together. It definitely peaked my interest and imagination to learn more about the sea and how what humans do effect the ecosystem. Mermaids were surprisingly scary looking monsters in the imagination of these filmmakers!
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Interesting. Gave a good history lesson that was pretty accurate as to human development and our exploration of the waters. Gives you a good idea of what's going on with our weapons training. Didn't exactly convince me there were mermaids. The mermaid part seemed like more conspiracy theory and guesses than anything else, not based in anything factual. The "evidence" is open to interpretation.
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I'm not sure how real this is, but it's very entertaining! They present some great ideas and interesting theories. There's some amateur video clips and recreations. The scientists interviewed are a little too good looking to be real.
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Fascinating! I had to watch this twice. I just couldn't believe what I was seeing. In fact, I purchased this through amazon. I thought it would be good entertainment and a great conversation starter.
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I found the premise of this docufiction an interesting one, of how the ancestors of modern humans might have evolved into an aquatic animals. I liked how they presented it in a documentary formant. My only issue with this film is that it did not have a disclaimer at the beginning stating that this was a work of fiction. I recently spoke to someone I know who firmly believed that this was a real documentary.
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Mermaids is a fake documentary. I cannot say that enough. HOWEVER. . . I liked how it felt real. The footage looked real, and I liked the theory of Aquatic Ape. The CGI was great. They looked real. The scenes where you just see a flash of the mermaid were fantastic. I liked the "historical" references that they had. In the second part, I liked the final reveal, how they built it up to it. If you like these sorts of "documentaries" you will like this.
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Whether you believe or not, this definitely is a conversation starter. I try to keep an open mind to everything - yesterday's science fiction is today's reality! Was disappointed about the sonar testing in the ocean. Killing marine life is NOT acceptable in my book. I will definitely be tracking this closer.
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