By: Alastair Fothergill (Author), Sir David Attenborough (Foreword By)
72 pages, 120 colour photos
Life in the Freezer is a nature documentary series produced by the BBC's Natural History Unit. Presented by David Attenborough, Life in the Freezer: A Natural History of the Antarctic, Junior Edition explores the wildlife of the world's most inhospitable region – Antarctica. Following plant and animal life through the seasons, the programmes show how creatures adapt to even the coldest and toughest of weather conditions, from the wandering albatross – which uses the wind currents of the southern ocean to circumnavigate the globe – to the Waddell seals and emperor penguins which remain on the continent, even during the depths of winter.
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