Sisbro Reaches 1000 Elementary Schools through Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities

 The banjo-playing turtle from The Rockin Reef Band, designed by incredible artist Matzilla Duron

The banjo-playing turtle from The Rockin Reef Band, designed by incredible artist Matzilla Duron

Sisbro has created a delightful underwater music video that will be distributed to every single elementary school in the state of Alabama! They worked with the Alabama Council on Developmental Disabilities, and 24 Communications, to create a music video that encourages the inclusion of children with developmental disabilities. Laura and Robert Sams wrote a song called "We Are All Unique," which is sung by The Rockin Reef Band -- a turtle, a crab, an octopus and a little boy.

 Thomas, the actor in the video, looks at a clay miniature of himself who plays in The Rockin Reef Band.

Thomas, the actor in the video, looks at a clay miniature of himself who plays in The Rockin Reef Band.

The video features incredible underwater footage that Robert Sams filmed in Bali. Animals are all unique, with awesome abilities, so they used his underwater footage to craft a story and song that celebrates uniqueness. Blue ribbon eels are brightly colored with noses shaped like feathers. The painted frogfish has a "fishing lure" attached to its forehead to lure in prey. The fiddler crab has one huge claw and one little claw. Just as animals have incredible ways of adapting to their environment, so do people!

 Can you find the lure sticking out from this frogfish's nose? Image by Robert Sams

Can you find the lure sticking out from this frogfish's nose? Image by Robert Sams