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Published on Dec 6, 2009
This short film was included on the second disc of the 2-disc Collector's Edition of the "Finding Nemo" DVD. Directed by Roger Gould, it was fully produced (or at least published) by Pixar Animation Studios. It includes the voicework of Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres, and Alexander Gould.
Summary: Jean-Michel Cousteau presents us with one of his documentary films, and this one is about the coral reefs and how they live. What they eat, how human life affects them, and how they reproduce is covered.
I believe sharing this short film on YouTube qualifies as Fair Use under current United States copyright laws. "Fair Use" allows for the posting of copyrighted material online so long as its purpose is for critical commentary or similar use regarding the understanding of a work. Wikipedia has more information about what Fair Use is (what with their countless non-free images having fair use rationales on them).
Anyway, enjoy! And please comment on this work of Pixar's. The whole point of me posting it here is so that you can comment on it. I am really happy that I was able to rip this video off of my DVD, with the help of a certain tutorial video here on YouTube - and two bits of cool software it showed me.