Splic and Sploc are two endearing and inquiring drops of water. Through this story, they will inform the children and help them to understand, that an excess of CO2 released into the atmosphere disturbs the ocean balance and its underwater life.
Confronted with the corals losing their colors, and shells having problems of calcification, children will learn that by fighting against global warming they are also protecting the ocean.
In addition, they will discover that the ocean is covered by a "great conveyor belt" (thermohaline circulation) and will become acquainted with the "sea angels", strange little creatures.
The story begins and ends in the polar regions, so children will also learn the difference between sea ice and ice cap.