Sounds like a raw deal, right? It is, and its going down right now off the coast of South Africa, only the tacos in the equation are shoals of sardines that swarm to the warm waters, and you are the countless species of dolphins, sharks, whales, and birds that depend on their migration. Overfishing, industrial practices, and global warming are each crippling the sardine migration, all but eliminating one of the most incredible mass feeding frenzies in the world. But theres hope. The new documentary Wild Ocean 3D documents the frenzy phenomenon, and how activists in South Africa are pushing for the creation of marine reserves along the Wild Coast. Get a rare glimpse at the oceans natural bounty when the film screens this week at the IMAX Theater (at the Museum of Discovery and Science, 401 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale). Tickets start at $7. For showtimes call 954-463-IMAX, or visit www.mods.org/IMAX.
May 31-Sept. 30, 2008