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My family certainly enjoyed it...but for young children, I think it will be a bore.
Through the opportunity to observe these penguins a notion rises that the penguins must coexists with nature in a delicate balance where life and death weigh equal.
Very carefully, she passes the egg on to the male, who will keep the egg warm while she walks back 70 miles to feed and bring food to the newborn when it is born.
Great Gift would recommend it to all. Great value on the purchase and love the plush that was included with the purchase!Published 23 months ago by A. J. Chubb
Apparently a group of the people filming allowed 3 penguins to die when they could have easily saved them. They were in a 3 foot deep hole. Read morePublished on January 6, 2006 by J. Ferko
The film did not give the name of the Predator bird that took the baby penquin. Who knows the name of that bird who would be in the South Pole at that time of year???Published on December 29, 2005 by NYCBirder
There used to be a time when at least one nature documentary was released on a massive national scale about every other year. Read morePublished on October 6, 2005 by tvtv3
In a place as inhospitable as the Antarctic, almost the entire planet will never know the treacherous nature of this continent during its long winter months. Read morePublished on September 30, 2005 by B. Merritt
Saw this movie today. Great story, filming and the scenery was breath taking.
Morgan Freeman was a great narrator for this film. Read more
I only gave it 4 stars just because of the sadness. Not that there was a lot but some of the scenes they showed I just didn't like seeing. Read morePublished on September 17, 2005 by Movie Buff
I knew virtually nothing about emperor penguins, so this film really amazed me. There really isn't any plot, as this is a documentary film on these birds, how they live and... Read morePublished on September 12, 2005 by PuppyTalk
I have long been an admirer of penguins, so when this film was released in the cinema, my friends variously and collectively rushed to inform me of the film. Read morePublished on September 11, 2005 by FrKurt Messick