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In pictures: TG4 goes underwater

TG4 dives off Ireland’s coast to discover what’s down in the deep, deep sea for a new series, Farraigí na hÉireann.

TG4 IS TAKING  a dive into the deep sea for a new series on Irish ocean wildlife.

The six-part series, Farraigí na hÉireann, begins on Tuesday, September 20 at 8pm.

Here’s a sneak peak of what underwater cameraman Ken O’Sullivan discovered during a year of filming around the Irish coast:

In pictures: TG4 goes underwater
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  • Farraigí na hÉireann

    Awwww. A seal pub in Inishvickillane, one of the Blasket Islands off the coast of County Kerry.
  • Farraigí na hÉireann

    Dancing with dolphins. The series has been two years in production, with one full year spent filming in the deep seas and shallow reefs of Ireland.
  • Farraigí na hÉireann

    Where's Nemo?
  • Farraigí na hÉireann

    A moon jellyfish.
  • Farraigí na HÉireann

    These wonderful images were all captured by underwater cameraman Ken O'Sullivan in Irish waters.

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