Les Fruits de Mer is currently producing films about the wildlife of St. Martin and the Caribbean for our theater at Amuseum Naturalis.

Little Key After Irma

What is life like on a tiny island after a big hurricane? Come with us to Little Key—an island less than 100 meters long in the Simpson Bay Lagoon in St. Martin—and find out!


The Sea After Irma

We take a quick dip below the surface to check out the state of the sea and our near shore coral reefs in St. Martin after Hurricane Irma.


Wild Minute: The Fiddler Crab

Take a one-minute look at the tiny crab that has a big job keeping our ponds and beaches clean.


The Face in the Stone

There’s a real mystery at the far end of Grand Case Bay in St. Martin! Can we figure out the story behind the strange face in the stone?


The Great Salt Pond (Preview)

We are working on a documentary film about the Great Salt Pond, trying to capture as many perspectives, memories and stories as possible about this iconic feature of the island. Here’s a short preview clip that we prepared for the 2016 Migratory Bird Festival. (English, 5 minutes)


2000 Feet Under the Sea

In this vintage adventure the team explores the deep sea in a submarine off the coast of Roatan, Honduras. (English, 5 minutes)


To the Bat Cave!

A peek inside one of St. Martin’s most unique habitats, the Grotte du Puits des Terres Basses. (English, 4 minutes)


Scrub Island Rescue

The team explores Scrub Island, an uninhabited island off the coast of Anguilla. (English, 4 minutes)


Gut Life

Learn about the fascinating freshwater ecosystems on St. Martin. (English, 4 minutes)


Bugs in Paradise, Part One

The critters of the tropical broadleaf forest are showcased in verse. (English, 4 minutes)