Narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch
Antarctica is the most extreme continent on our planet – It is the coldest, driest and windiest place on Earth with the roughest oceans and yet, weird and wonderful creatures thrive here in astounding abundance.
Using the latest underwater filming techniques, dive beneath sea ice, more than 6 feet thick, to experience the alien world of its seafloor - thousands of purple starfish scuttling to escape being entrapped by growing ice and elaborate jellyfish dancing a deadly dance. Swim alongside playful seals, soar above mountain peaks and vast penguin colonies and witness the largest congregation of fin and humpback whales ever filmed.
Although so remote from us, Antarctica and its surrounding Southern Ocean play a vital role for the entire planet, regulating ocean currents, sea levels and its wildlife-filled waters can absorb huge amounts of carbon. New science is revealing that dramatic changes are occurring and rapidly warming this pristine land of snow and ice.
This BBC Earth production is shown in the largest IMAX and Giant Screen Theatres in the world. In Germany exclusively with us and in a spectacular 3D format.
We also show the German version of the documentary: find all dates here.
UK 2020 | Regie: Fredi Devas
Photo © BBC
Doku | 45 min | recommended for age 14 or older | Admission 6 € / 5 €
Rollstuhlfahrer*innen, Familien, Rabatte
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