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  • Wildest Antartica - The Secrets of Nature

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    The stunning, awesome, majestic, chilling beauty and grandeur of the Antarctic and its wild creatures, all in dramatic action sequences.... from penguins and seals to whales and birds. Not only great action, a compelling highly topical storyline: The many real threats to this pristine paradise and its wildlife.

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  • 2017 Arctic Documentary HD - Wildest Arctic The Secrets of Nature

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    We always have to keep in mind that a Documentary, after all, can tell lies and it can tell lies because it lays claim to a form of veracity which fiction doesn't. Some of the documentaries are made just to discredit some particular person, party, organization, system etc, but most of them here on TDF are non biased, without prejudice and worth watching.

  • Wildest Australia - The Secrets of Nature

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    This program captures the essence of the Australian wilderness and its unique array of fascinating creatures. What is displayed is both the incredible beauty and diversity of its landscapes, and the wildlife that occupies each region. For instance, the film focuses on the world¹s largest sand island, Fraser Island, and the packs of dingoes that hunt its world-heritage listed beaches and rainforests.

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  • Undiscovered islands in Atlantic Ocean - Wildlife Secret Animals

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    The vast ocean separates continents meanwhile it also boasts hundreds of small island. From sandy beaches to remote and untouched nature

    Scattered across all 7 seas and from the tropics to the Antarctic are the UK's Overseas Territories some of the most remote places on the planet. This Documentary we explore this natural wealth of life in locations so remote that few have ever visited.

    Thousands of miles from the nearest anything these islands scattered across all 7 seas from the Antarctic to the tropics are amongst the remotest places on earth. But life here isn't lonesome. They teem with life from huge penguin colonies to the world's richest coral reefs. Because many are so remote they have acted as laboratories of evolution shaping life in unexpected and dramatic ways. Thrushes that once fed on seeds have evolved a taste for meat. Turtles have become extreme navigators and seabirds nest on single islands and nowhere else in the world. These islands all have one thing in common they are all British overseas territories....

    Undiscovered islands in Atlantic Ocean Islands born of fire run from the equatorial Atlantic down to Antarctica. Many are now home to unique species and all have intriguing stories to tell. From huge penguin turtle and seabird colonies to the world's richest coral reefs discover the UK's remarkable distant isolated territories.

  • Wildest Asia - The Secrets of Nature

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    The many exotic and elusive creatures of ASIA in action sequences. From tigers on the prowl in Central India, and endangered pandas feeding in the Wolong Reserve in Western China, to macaques bathing in the snow in the hot springs of Japan, and families of orangutans at play in Sumatra.

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  • Wildest Africa - The Secrets of Nature

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    This gripping documentary, from producer Greg Grainger, features all of the many diverse creatures that roam much of Africa, from the big cats, elephants and giraffes, through to highly endangered species such as the black rhinoceros and wild dog. The programme shows how their daily ritual is aimed at just one result....survival, but how the very survival of entire species is increasingly in danger.

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  • BBC Documentary 2017 Uncovering the Icy Secrets of Antarctica

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  • Take a 4-Minute Escape to the Blissful Serenity of Antarctica | Short Film Showcase

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    Be transported to the seventh continent in this mesmerizing short from Aliscia Young and Richard Sidey.
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  • The Black Mountain - The Secrets of Nature

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    When cloud banks swallow the rock and make valleys disappear, the sky draws menacingly close. Then, the sun tears away that curtain and jagged rocks appear, an iron cross gracing their peak. This is the eastern Alps most impressive summit and Austria’s highest peak – the Grossglockner, the ”Black Mountain”. Climbing three thousand seven hundred and ninety eight meters, Mount Grossglockner – the fateful summit of early mountaineers, towers above the Tauern massif like a sentinel over an Alpine paradise of nature. Ibex and chamois climb the rocks, Alpine flowers glow in the sun and golden eagles glide over the mountain peaks.

  • Nature Documentary - Under the Antarctic Ice - National Geographic

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    The Antarctic ice sheet is one of the two polar ice caps of the Earth. [nature documentary]

    It covers about 98% of the Antarctic continent and is the largest single mass of ice on Earth. It covers an area of almost 14 million square km (5.4 million sq. miles) and contains 26.5 million cubic km of ice (6.36 million cubic miles). That is, approximately 61 percent of all fresh water on the Earth is held in the Antarctic ice sheet, an amount equivalent to about 70 m of water in the world's oceans. In East Antarctica, the ice sheet rests on a major land mass, but in West Antarctica the bed can extend to more than 2,500 m below sea level. Much of the land in this area would be seabed if the ice sheet were not there. [nature documentary]


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    In contrast to the melting of the Arctic sea ice, sea ice around Antarctica has expanded in recent years. The reasons for this are not fully understood, but suggestions include the climatic effects on ocean and atmospheric circulation of the ozone hole, and/or cooler ocean surface temperatures as the warming deep waters melt the ice shelves. [nature documentary]




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    The Universe is all of time and space and its contents. The Universe includes planets, stars, galaxies, the contents of intergalactic space, the smallest subatomic particles, and all matter and energy. The observable universe is about 28 billion parsecs (91 billion light-years) in diameter at the present time. The size of the whole Universe is not known and may be infinite. Observations and the development of physical theories have led to inferences about the composition and evolution of the Universe.

    Throughout recorded history, cosmologies and cosmogonies, including scientific models, have been proposed to explain observations of the Universe. The earliest quantitative geocentric models were developed by ancient Greek philosophers and Indian philosophers. Over the centuries, more precise astronomical observations led to Nicolaus Copernicus's heliocentric model of the Solar System and Johannes Kepler's improvement on that model with elliptical orbits, which was eventually explained by Isaac Newton's theory of gravity. Further observational improvements led to the realization that the Solar System is located in a galaxy composed of billions of stars, the Milky Way. It was subsequently discovered that our galaxy is just one of many. On the largest scales, it is assumed that the distribution of galaxies is uniform and the same in all directions, meaning that the Universe has neither an edge nor a center. Observations of the distribution of these galaxies and their spectral lines have led to many of the theories of modern physical cosmology. The discovery in the early 20th century that galaxies are systematically redshifted suggested that the Universe is expanding, and the discovery of the cosmic microwave background radiation suggested that the Universe had a beginning.Finally, observations in the late 1990s indicated the rate of the expansion of the Universe is increasing indicating that the majority of energy is most likely in an unknown form called dark energy. The majority of mass in the universe also appears to exist in an unknown form, called dark matter. [nature documentary]


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  • The Other Side of the Ice

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    In 2009, Sprague Theobald and his family embark on a five-month, 8,500-mile trek that is filled with deadly danger involving ice, predators, personal conflict, and severe weather in the Arctic.

    The Other Side of The Ice was an official selection at the Virginia Film Festival.

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  • Antarctica: the frozen kingdom

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    Antarctica: the frozen kingdom is a natural history documentary that explores the lives of the animals that call the Falkland Islands, South Georgia and the Antarctic Peninsula their home. Filmed, edited and narrated by Hamish Paget-Brown while on 'L'Austral', a cruise ship owned by Ponant.

  • Sky Hunters, The World of the Dragonfly - The Secrets of Nature

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    They hover over ponds and pools and inhabit the banks of rivers and streams. With their dazzling metallic colours and unique ways of flying they are truly jewels of the air. This film presents dragonflies as they have never been seen before. Fascinating close up shots take us into the world of these insects, which have lived on earth since the age of the dinosaurs. Spectacular super slow motion shots and elaborate computer animation uncover, for the first time, how dragonflies capture their prey at lightning speed while flying and how they mate in the air. Underwater photography reveals the development of the predatory dragonfly larvae while time lapse sequences show the emergence of the fully grown insect. However these amazingly colourful flying acrobats are in danger. The dragonfly's preferred habitat in and around water is rapidly diminishing, which, in Europe alone, has pushed around 80 species to the brink of extinction.

  • Bohemia - A Year in the Wetlands - The Secrets of Nature

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    In Bohemia, at the very heart of Europe, south of the Golden City of Prague and guarded by medieval castles, lies a hidden mosaic of lakes and gently flowing rivers, of misty forests and mysterious peat bogs.This important wetland, shaped both by nature and centuries of influence by man, is a magnet for huge flocks of birds and home to an amazing diversity of plant and animal life. In spring there is an explosion of life as the trees are weighed down with nests of cormorants, egrets, herons and storks. With the arrival of winter the landscape becomes silent and desolate. Otters are hunting fish under the ice of frozen lakes while White-tailed Eagles soar over gaps in the ice, targeting fish and birds. Since his early childhood wildlife cinematographer Jiri Petr has spent much of his time in this wildlife paradise. Together with him, we will explore this remarkable habitat and observe the changing faces of nature during the course of one year that inspired many artists and writers alike.

  • National Geographic Antarctica Movie 2019

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  • Limits of Perception - The Secrets of Nature

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    This is a journey form the smallest manmade hole - by removing just one single atom - to the edge of the universe. Man has finally succeeded in making the ancient dream of Greek philosophers come true - to «see» an atom. In another direction we also seem to have unlimited sight: the «Hubble Telescope» grants us a glimpse of the remotest galaxies. This documentary assesses the limits of human perception, taking us on a journey through time from the quasars, millions of light-years away from earth, via the wonders of our populated world to the depths of human genotype and the structure of a single atom. «Limits of Perception» promises a filmic journey of exploration from micro- into macrocosm.

  • Trees of Tempting Fruit - The Secrets of Nature

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    The Mostviertel, Austria's pear country, stretches from the river Danube to the Alps, right in the heart of Austria. Pear trees are scattered across the landscape and produce 200 different kinds of pears. Their naturally tart fruits have been used for centuries to extract the delicious pear cider (perry). As production has grown over time, „Most, the Austrian name for cider, has given the charming region its name. From a geographical point of view, pear country is spared the climatic extremes of other Alpine regions in Austria and has thus become one of Europe's remaining sanctuaries for a variety of rare, altogether 3000 different -- including some endangered -- species: the little owl, the European otter, the hoopoe, or the curlew.

  • Little Monsters - Hide & Cheat - The Secrets of Nature

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    Presents some of the animal kingdom's strangest survival strategies. The most startling behaviour patterns aren't found among the classic big animals such as lions or polar bears, but among nature's smaller creatures: Poison dart frogs, chameleons, praying mantises and scorpions, to name only a few. These Little Monsters are masters of survival. Until recently, only a handful of scientists enjoyed the technical means to study them up close. But now, thanks to 3D visualization, large audiences can experience a chameleon thrusting out its tongue at close range, rattlesnakes striking at their targets to within fractions of an inch, praying mantises hunting and hummingbirds feeding, filmed from inside the flower! Rather than simply delivering a flat representation of these amazing stunts, modern 3D provides for an emotional experience. And with its ingenious combination of slow-motion-3D and timelapse-3D, Little Monsters even improves upon state of the art 3D for greater impact, yielding unbelievable scenes the world has never seen and felt before.

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  • Appalachia - The Endless Forest - The Secrets of Nature

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    This film explores the hidden worlds of these remote valleys, and uncovers a wealth of nature, from bears and salamanders to vultures and flying squirrels. But human culture here is as rich as the natural history.

  • The Iron Forest - The Secrets of Nature

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    The youngest of Austria’s national parks is also the country’s biggest continuous forest area. Ten million trees make the labyrinthine, fissured karst formations of the Reichraming and Sensen mountain ranges an endless green wilderness. But these mountain forests that were originally almost impenetrable lie in the midst of Austria’s iron industry. For more than a thousand years, it supplied the fuel for smelting iron from innumerable little mines in the region, especially from the Styrian Erzberg.

  • The Roaring Mountains - The Secrets of Nature

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    Nowhere in the Alpine mountains are water, forest and rocks as precipitous, rock faces as vertical as in the Gesäuse National Park, Europe’s largest canyon. “Gesäuse” is a name derived from the rushing noise of the water, the soughing wind that echoes up to the peaks of the north faces of this unique region – home to the myth of the mountain. When the sun rises and ushers in a magnificent day, the Gesäuse projects a perfect image of a mountain. However, in bad weather, the Gesäuse’s walls reflect a scary phenomenon as the speed of the inflowing airmass multiplies. Adverse weather conditions can thus convert the Gesäuse into inferno. Michael Schlamberger, Austria’s most renowned nature filmmaker internationally, listened to the rushing whitewater of the river Enns and conquered the sheer rock walls, chasing eagles and chamois in passing.

  • The Otters Trail - The Secrets of Nature

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    During the mid-80s, zoologists still regarded the European otter as a species on the verge of extinction. What they did not take into consideration was the fact that the shy aquatic animals are extremely adaptable. Using their intelligence and cleverness, they have been able to re-conquer parts of Europe during the last few years, including their old homeland, Austria.

  • The Living Graveyard - The Secrets of Nature

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    Anyone who dares to visit this sinister place at night needs strong nerves. Didn't this tombstone just move? Was that a rustling of steps behind me? Did a scream come from the grave? Is it all just imagination? Not at all. The world of the dead shows great signs of life: martens lurk behind gravestones, bats hunt in the dim moonlight, wild cats scuffle between grave candles.

  • Sea of Creepy Monsters - The Secrets of Nature

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    The Lembeh strait in the northern part of the Idonesian island of Sulawesi is a unique hotspot of marine biodiversity. Countless amazing creatures thrive in the underwater landscape surrounding Lembeh island. During four years a wildlife filmmaker couple spent many months in the region capturing hundreds of hours of behavior, lots of it never filmed before. Among other unique behavior the filmmakers were able to shoot an Anglerfish swallowing a Lionfish, a scene resembling Godzilla gulping down Dracula. Elegant seahorses, thumb-splitting Mantis shrimp, and deadly mini-octopuses are just some of the remarkable creatures traditional underwater films tend to overlook. As most of the underwater drama is hidden from plain sight only the groundbreaking macro photography in this film can reveal the awe and beauty of life in the Reef of Little Monsters.

  • Tough at the Top - The Secrets of Nature

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    The rising tide of our civilisation has not yet flooded the last peaks of the Alps. The Hohe Tauern mountain range is a high Alpine wilderness harbouring natural treasures that many people hardly know about, even from hearsay. Their intact habitats make them a Noah's ark of Alpine flora and fauna. At the same time, this is a world of mountains in the superlative, with the highest peaks in Austria, the biggest glacial surfaces in the eastern Alps and water falls that are among the highest in the world.The documentary shows a series of barely known, extremely shy or rare animals of the high mountains of Upper Austria for the first time. It took two years to complete the complicated shooting during which the camera team had to cope with the harsh conditions in exactly the same way the animals of these high altitudes do, to capture an intimate look into the secretive life of these shyest of mountain creatures.

  • Wild Balkans - The Secrets of Nature

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    Wolves hunt their prey in the valleys between high-ranging dunes, bears and lynxes wander through dense primeval forest, and the big lakes are a magnet for hundreds of bird species. That is the so-called “Balkan”. Today the “Balkans” stand for a Europe that hardly exists elsewhere.

  • Why No Ones Allowed To Explore The Antarctic

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    Find out the REAL reasons you're not allowed to go explore the antartica that is the south pole

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    The world’s coldest continent is also one of the most mysterious places on Earth. It’s as unique as it as secretive, and unlike most of the world, you can’t just hop on a flight and tick it off the bucket list. Unless you’re an elite scientist or an emperor penguin, in an effort to protect the area’s biodiversity, regular folk are forbidden to explore the antarctic. Even if you could, good luck overcoming the frostbite-inducing temperatures of nearly -130 degrees Fahrenheit (-90 C). But where did these heavy restrictions come from? It all started when American Navy officer Admiral Byrd put forth plans for a special treaty, one which declared that Antarctica should remain a completely demilitarised zone and devoid of ownership by any one nation...


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  • Japans Secret Water garden - David Attenborough National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD

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    Japan's Secret Water garden - David Attenborough [National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD]
    Imagine a realm where the seasons' rhythms rule - where centuries of agriculture and fishing have re-shaped the land, yet where people and nature remain in harmony. Sangoro Tanaka lives in just such a paradise. At 83, he's a guardian of one of Japan's secret water gardens. Here - over a thousand years - towns and villages have developed a unique system to make springs and water part of their homes. From inside these homes, the streams pour into Japan's largest freshwater lake, Lake Biwa - an area 5 times the size of Paris - near the ancient capital of Kyoto. This is a habitat so precious the Japanese have a special word for it: Satoyama - villages where mountains give way to plains. They are exceptional environments essential to both the people who maintain them and to the wildlife that now share them.
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  • Fabulous Foals - The Secrets of Nature

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    FABULOUS FOALS is a look at the incredibly diverse world of horses, focussing on their first months of life.

  • Antelope - Impala - Africas Wild Wonders - The Secrets of Nature

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    We all tend to focus on Africa’s predators and less so on the prey. Impala are plentiful as the “McDonalds” of the savannah! But here we look at their family structure, eating habits and territorial fighting or rutting in one of Africa’s biggest national parks with the highest numbers of Impalas… and Lions!

  • Penguin Baywatch Antartica

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    Meet Chinstrap, Macaroni, Adelie, Gentoo, King and... Queen. Spend a year with them in the icy waters or on the volcanic islands of the vast Southern Ocean.

    Do not fall from the cliff when you leave in the morning and always be certain to catch the right wave on your return home before sunset. Watch out your “friends” who are always ready to push you off the iceberg. On rocky outcrops, always keep your distances with your neighbour, at least 2 feet. Meet your partner this evening, as it is your turn to take care of your fat feathered kids for the next 15 days. Most important of all: if you want to see your family again, avoid all welcoming committees of Fur Seals and departure festivities of Leopard Seals.

    Awards:
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    Missoula, USA - 2005
    Finalist Award and Merit Award for Educational Value

    Producers : Saint Thomas Productions, ARTE
    Directors : Cyril Barbançon

  • Climate change in the Antarctic | DW Documentary

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    Few places on Earth are as remote as the German research facility Neumayer Station III. The scientists who work at this outpost in Antarctica are studying the effects of climate change -- under extreme conditions.

    Journalist Matthias Ebert traveled to the station to find out more about their research. The scientists are particularly concerned about the speed at which Antarctic ice is melting - and its impact on global sea levels.

    The researchers have also been studying a large colony of emperor penguins that lives near their facility -- to find out more about how these birds are adapting to climate change.

    Ebert reports on the daily lives of the scientists who work at the Neumayer Station, and how they cope with the extreme weather conditions, isolation, and cramped quarters. They've even managed to grow some of their own food in a greenhouse at the facility.

    Ebert documents the damaging effect that global warming is having on the Antarctic, and the risk that this poses for the rest of the world.

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  • Antarctica: Journey to the Bottom of the Earth | Antarctic Extremes

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    Antarctica: It’s the home of penguins, seals, and a weird, rusty-looking glacial waterfall called Blood Falls. It’s the most remote natural laboratory on Earth—which means getting there is no easy feat.
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    In the premiere episode of Antarctic Extremes, join hosts Caitlin Saks and Arlo Pérez as they follow in the footsteps of the brave scientists that have made McMurdo Station, an otherworldly Antarctic outpost, their research base and their second home. Five days, 12,000 miles, and seven time zones with hundreds of pounds of camera gear in tow, Caitlin and Arlo temporarily leave their day jobs as NOVA producers and go on a mind-boggling journey to the bottom of the world. They fly halfway across the planet, pick up extreme cold-weather gear (and gloves made specially for wiping away snot), and learn to withstand the -50° F Antarctic autumn temperatures. But as they touch down on Antarctic ice in a massive U.S. Air Force C-17, Caitlin and Arlo realize their epic journey is far from over.

    Hosted by Caitlin Saks and Arlo Pérez
    Editor: Rob Tinworth
    Producer: Caitlin Saks
    Digital Associate Producer/Assistant Editor: Arlo Pérez
    Field Director/Cinematographer: Zachary Fink
    Executive Producer: Julia Cort
    Coordinating Producer: Elizabeth Benjes
    Project Director: Pamela Rosenstein
    Additional Editor: Emily Zendt
    Post Production: Jay Colamaria
    Production Assistance: Matthew Buckley, Emily Pattison, Sean Cuddihy
    Audio Mix: Heart Punch Studio
    Director of Audience Development: Dante Graves
    Senior Digital Producer: Ari Daniel
    Audience Engagement Editor: Sukee Bennett
    Outreach Manager: Gina Varamo
    Special Thanks: Michael H. Amundson

    Special thanks to the United States Antarctic Program
    Additional Footage: Alasdair Turner, Britney Schmidt, Denys Grombacher, Jay Rotella, JPL-Caltech, Mary Lynn Price, McMurdo Oceanographic Observatory, Mitch Butler, NASA, Paul Cziko, Robert Robbins, Robert Simmon, Steven Rupp, UNIT, University of Arizona, USGS
    Music: APM

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    This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1713552. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

    Footage of seals was obtained under the authority of NMFS MMPA permit nos.1032-1917, 17236, & 21158

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  • Mating Season Can Be A Violent Time For Grey Seals | Wildest Arctic

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    In Iceland, a grey seal looks after her pup, and bull seals get ready for mating season.

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  • Drava - River of Peace River of World

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    The Drava, or Drau as it is known in Austria, is one of the last big, partially untamed lowland rivers of central Europe. Whereas in Austria the river is forced into a narrow concrete corset after a few kilometers, the lower reaches of the Drava at the border between Hungary and Croatia is practically untouched. For years it was cut off from the outside world by the Iron Curtain. At that time only soldiers were permitted to enter the border area. This allowed the areas along the Drava to keep its incredible variety of plant and animal life. Here black storks breed in the solitude of the forest, kingfishers and sea eagles fish in the branches of the Drava and innumerable bank swallows make their nests in the steep slopes rising from the river.

  • Wildest Islands of Indonesia - Series 1 - Episode 5 of 5: Dragons Domain

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    Wildest Islands of Indonesia: Series 1

    The Wildest Islands of Indonesia showcases the beautiful Indonesian islands that remain a wild paradise of giant flowers and coral gardens, of dragons, tigers, giant apes and glorious birds of paradise. Fifteen percent of the entire world's species are found in this unique region. These islands not only harbour smaller animals, but also a unique species of elephant and a crab that measures almost a metre wide. This series explores the incredible wildlife of this extraordinary environment and reveals the remarkable ways in which life has been created, adapted and re-born over millions of years. These creatures have learnt to thrive and capitalise on some of the most powerful rainstorms on the planet, as well as uniquely adapt to the volcanic activity that constantly poses a threat to their existence.

    5/5 Dragons Domain

    Indonesia's heat enables its reptilian residents to thrive. From the forest canopy to the coral-filled seas, how have these habitats become a dragon's domain?

    Host: Paul McGann
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  • Penguin Baywatch Antartica

    50:42

    Meet Chinstrap, Macaroni, Adelie, Gentoo, King and... Queen. Spend a year with them in the icy waters or on the volcanic islands of the vast Southern Ocean.

    Do not fall from the cliff when you leave in the morning and always be certain to catch the right wave on your return home before sunset. Watch out your “friends” who are always ready to push you off the iceberg. On rocky outcrops, always keep your distances with your neighbour, at least 2 feet. Meet your partner this evening, as it is your turn to take care of your fat feathered kids for the next 15 days. Most important of all: if you want to see your family again, avoid all welcoming committees of Fur Seals and departure festivities of Leopard Seals.

    Awards:
    International Wildlife Festival
    Missoula, USA - 2005
    Finalist Award and Merit Award for Educational Value

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  • Expedition Emperor Penguin

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    With Kapitän Khlebnikov to one of the most remote and most beautiful places on earth. It is a visit to the Emperor Penguin Colony at Snow Hill Island in the Weddell Sea.

  • Flight of the Stork - The Secrets of Nature

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    This programme tells the story of a bird known and loved by everyone. In many cultures it is a bearer of good fortune. In ancient China it was the symbol of long life, in ancient Egypt of godliness: the white stork.

  • Be A Predator : Poles - Animals Documentary

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    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

    1,2,3... you are a lion or else a dolphin, a bear or a vulture!

    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

    Poles

    Mirages are shaping over the immaculate ice shelf. Close up shot of a bear inhaling the frozen air. From the bear’s point of view, we understand that… he is smelling a seal. This odour is that of a young ringed seal hidden under a thin layer of snow. A few steps and paw swipes to clear the animal and uncover a young ringed seal snack. Under the ice shelf, protected from bears by several meters of frozen ice, belugas- the white whales- are hunting halibut. In their tridimensional environment, individuals can communicate the good hunting spots while kilometres apart. The chattering of these ghost hunters is continuous. At the South Pole, leopard seals hunt in silence. But they are nonetheless excellent tacticians. Their hunt is based on their excellent sight, experience and a perfect knowledge of their prey’s calendar. When do the parent penguins go off to feed at sea, when do they return, when are the young going to take their first bath and where exactly will they get into the water? The answers to these questions are all part of the leopard seal’s hunting culture. We follow his adventures under the surface of ice-covered bays. When his hunting season comes to an end at fall, the Northern spring wakes the polar bear which goes off to hunt. Our year in the lives of Pole predators comes to a close.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
    Running time : 2x52mn
    Format : Digital Beta Super 16 mm
    Distributor(s) : Saint Thomas Productions -

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  • Cocos Island - The mysterious island in the Pacific - FULL VERSION!!

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    The tiny island comprises just 25 sqm² and is covered by an impenetrable jungle. Numerous streams, waterfalls and gorges epitomise the world‘s largest uninhabited rain forest island. Due to its isolation, unique flora and fauna have developed here. Today, as a national park and world natural heritage, the island is closely supervised by park rangers.

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  • Be a Predator - Wild Life Documentary

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    Imagine you are flying above the African savannah, swimming under Antarctic ice, climbing up Amazon trees and diving the Marianna abyss.

    Imagine you can suddenly see in the night, hear ultra-sounds, decode radar waves and detect electric fields.

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    Using the latest technologies of image treatment and stock footage from Saint Thomas Productions’ extensive film library, this wildlife series presents an insider’s view of the predators’ life and senses. Both spectacular and entertaining, the series gives a modern outlook on nature and its most spectacular ambassadors : predators.
    Each episode depicts a predator and its hunting techniques in its natural habitat. Following the principles of a food chain, the programmes jump from one animal to the next, from hunter to prey.

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    Mirages are shaping over the immaculate ice shelf. Close up shot of a bear inhaling the frozen air. From the bear’s point of view, we understand that… he is smelling a seal. This odour is that of a young ringed seal hidden under a thin layer of snow. A few steps and paw swipes to clear the animal and uncover a young ringed seal snack. Under the ice shelf, protected from bears by several meters of frozen ice, belugas- the white whales- are hunting halibut. In their tridimensional environment, individuals can communicate the good hunting spots while kilometres apart. The chattering of these ghost hunters is continuous. At the South Pole, leopard seals hunt in silence. But they are nonetheless excellent tacticians. Their hunt is based on their excellent sight, experience and a perfect knowledge of their prey’s calendar. When do the parent penguins go off to feed at sea, when do they return, when are the young going to take their first bath and where exactly will they get into the water? The answers to these questions are all part of the leopard seal’s hunting culture. We follow his adventures under the surface of ice-covered bays. When his hunting season comes to an end at fall, the Northern spring wakes the polar bear which goes off to hunt. Our year in the lives of Pole predators comes to a close.

    Author(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Director(s) : Frédéric Bernadicou et Julien Naar
    Year : 2006
    Producer(s): Saint Thomas Productions
    Distributor(s) : Saint Thomas Productions

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