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    • Life In The Freezer

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      Imagine the coldest winter day you’ve experienced, was it -20? Perhaps it was a chilling -30 with the wind chill, did you go outside in it or opt to stay in with a cup of cocoa? If you’re anything like me, then cold weather won’t be your thing, but there are many who enjoy it.This beautiful documentary, Life in the Freezer takes us viewers, not inside an actual freezer but to Antarctica. It is the coldest, wildest and most isolated continent on planet Earth. It is covered with 90% of our world’s ice and each winter its 5.4 million square miles is doubled as the seas freeze as well. Now think about those chilly winter days again, imagine the temperature dropping to -56 or even -90 and below in the middle of winter. For myself, it’s unimaginable, for Antarctica it is a reality.

      David Attenborough, a natural history guru takes viewers along with his camera crew to breathtaking continent. He spends three years documenting the rich array of wildlife that resides in Antarctica. They are faced with blizzards of 100 mph winds, glaciers the size of cathedrals, mountainous seas and those dreadful plummeting temperatures. What they bring is breathtaking. Experience Antarctica with Life in the Freezer.

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      Published on March 30, 2009 · Filed under: Documentary Trailers
    • Loved it :)

    • robertm

      Now that's how you do a 30 minuet documentary segment.

      Wonderful series. 5 stars.

    • C.

      YES! This is my absolute favorite Antarctica documentary. :)