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From the Emmy-winning team behind Planet Earth and The Blue Planet comes Frozen Planet, the epic tale of two disappearing wildernesses. The Arctic and Antarctic remain the greatest wildernesses on Earth. The scale and beauty of the scenery and the sheer power of the elements are unmatched anywhere else on our planet. And against all odds, these vast, frigid environments are teeming with life. Using the latest camera technology, Frozen Planet captures unimaginable imagery above and below the ice, and follows the extraordinary fluctuations that accompany the changes of seasons in this most extreme of environments, often for the first time. Frozen Planet takes you inside a polar bear’s den to witness a mother polar bear and her newborn cubs, showcases the thrilling hunting tactics employed by a pod of killer whales to launch a seal off an ice floe, uses time-lapse photography to allow you to witness the amazing underwater fauna thriving around Mr. Erebus, the world’s most southerly volcano, and much, much more. Using crystal clear high definition cinematography, Frozen Planet will open your eyes to the remarkable colors and variety of life in this frigid environment. With the Poles under grave threat from climate change, this extraordinary series provides a chance to explore these great wildernesses before they change forever.
The Frozen Planet DVD and Blu-ray will feature the original BBC broadcast version, with narration by world-renowned naturalist David Attenborough (Planet Earth, Life, The Blue Planet).
I bought this to compliment the Planet Earth series that I already owned. This was a very good buy.Published 17 days ago by Nik G
Bought as gift for my spouse. We enjoy to watching the DVD series when there nothing else is on TV.Published 22 days ago by Natalie Salzman
This BBC documentary has been a blast to watch, my young nieces and nephews have been very entertained by the wonderful footage and level of educational material. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Suzanne Hens-Kaplan
Wonderful!!! Some of the scenes I have seen before on other nature movies, but I loved it, camera crew incredible!!!Published 24 days ago by pam marshall
As with any BBC production, it is done exceptionally well. David Attenborough is such an exceptionally great narrator, and the videos are always beautifully done. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Bill Nesbit
I love this. I am a David Attenborough fan and this documentary doesn't disappoint.Published 1 month ago by Rey
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|David Attenborough VS Alec Baldwin...Fight!||
Discovery channel is horrible. Along with the rest of our U.S 'educational' tv :-(
Did you know Discovery was refusing to air the last episode because its about climate change? I know the idea has some opponents here, but come on, I didn't think Discovery channel was one of them.
Fortunately they... Read More
Apr 1, 2012 by Jay | See all 3 posts
|1080i like the uk version? or 1080p?||
Since the original production was intended for television and was shot mainly with Panasonic Varicam HD video cameras it makes more sense that it would be interlaced natively. Although the Varicams can do a film-like 24p or 25p, that would require an extra telecine conversion step for interlaced... Read More
Mar 23, 2013 by garzascreek | See all 4 posts
|How many chapters in the set?||
I believe it was only the US screening that had the last episode (on thin ice) missing - apparently the powers-that-be dont believe Americans are capable of watching an impartial but factual programme on cilmate change without breaking some constitutional right.
From all the information I can... Read More
Jan 5, 2012 by Dickie | See all 3 posts
|Is it me or does anyone else notice jerky video and noise on some parts...||Be the first to reply|