A look at some of the best Coral Reefs documentaries you can watch for free online.

(a). Full Documentaries.

1. Are Coral Reefs Dying? | Real Wild Documentary

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is wonderful, beautiful – and alive. But soon, it may be one of the few remaining live coral reefs, for the coral reefs around the world are dying. #RealWild #Documentary

Are Coral Reefs Dying? | Real Wild Documentary
Length Date Published
56m 6s 2019-04-28

2. Sinking Ships To Build Coral Reefs | The Blue Realm | Real Wild

They're floating junk yards...mothballed, decommissioned naval vessels, rotting away in dockyards around the world. Cutting them up for scrap is expensive, and leaving them to fall apart where they are is an ecological nightmare. Sounds like a job for...The Shipsinkers. #RealWild #Documentary

Sinking Ships To Build Coral Reefs | The Blue Realm | Real Wild
Length Date Published
44m 42s 2019-03-28

3. The Death Of Earth's Coral Reefs (Ocean Documentary) | Real Wild

The life beneath the coral reef. #RealWild #Documentary

The Death Of Earth's Coral Reefs (Ocean Documentary) | Real Wild
Length Date Published
55m 57s 2018-03-14

4. Exploring The Mysterious Creatures Of The Coral Reef | Real Wild

Coral reefs are some of the richest hotspots of biodiversity on the planet. The warm water reefs of the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea are well know, but they don't only occur in warm waters. In some of the oceans coldest, darkest depths they are thriving. The deep water reefs are formed by icebergs as they slide across the sea bed, leaving behind perfect foundations for coral to build upon. Hidden from view, they criss cross the planet from the deep water tropics to the freezing Arctic. Some...

Exploring The Mysterious Creatures Of The Coral Reef | Real Wild
Length Date Published
48m 5s 2017-11-15

(b). Mini-Documentaries.

1. The Parasitic Sea Worm Devastating Florida's Coral Reefs | Changing Seas | Real Wild

The Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is home to the worlds third largest coral barrier reef, and is home to all kinds of diverse species of flora and fauna. To take pressure off the reef and allow for regeneration, the retired Military ship Vandenberg was deliberately sunk in 2009 which has since given divers and marine life a new space to inhabit. However, one of its new inhabitants is the invasive worm snail, the Vandy. Could this non-native species spread past the ship and to other...

The Parasitic Sea Worm Devastating Florida's Coral Reefs | Changing Seas | Real Wild
Length Date Published
25m 25s 2022-03-01