Arctic Ocean • 2021 • episode "S1E5" Expedition: Deep Ocean

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Victor Vescovo's team concludes their mission in the Arctic Victor Vescovo's team concludes their mission in the Arctic Ocean..

Expedition: Deep Ocean • 2021 • 5 episodes •

Atlantic Ocean

Victor Vescovo's team searches for the deepest point of the Atlantic Ocean.

2021 • Environment

Southern Ocean

Victor Vescovo's team searches for the deepest point of the Southern Ocean.

2021 • Environment

Indian Ocean

Explorer Victor Vescovo and his team head to the Indian Ocean.

2021 • Environment

Pacific Ocean

Victor Vescovo's team takes on the Mariana Trench in the Pacific Ocean.

2021 • Environment

Arctic Ocean

Victor Vescovo's team concludes their mission in the Arctic Victor Vescovo's team concludes their mission in the Arctic Ocean..

2021 • Environment

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