Frozen Planet: A World Beyond Imagination
The ultimate portrait of the earth's Polar Regions.
In 2012 the Discovery Channel will broadcast Frozen Planet, the long-awaited third installment in the BBC Earth series of which Blue Planet: Seas of Life and Planet Earth: As You've Never Seen It Before won multiple Emmy awards.
Frozen Planet is the companion book to the TV series. It follows the world's best wildlife photographers as they capture animal behavior and landscapes never seen before, including Antarctica's active volcanoes and the previously restricted Russian Arctic. Custom-designed HD cameras allowed undisturbed observation. Traveling by nuclear submarine, military helicopter, icebreaker and snowmobile, the filmmakers endured piercing polar winters and the dangerous summer "melt" to record what may be the dying days of Earth's frozen regions.
Frozen Planet has seven sections:
It follows four polar residents that reveal the health of the planet and what the future may hold: the polar bear and arctic fox in the north; the Adelie penguin and wandering albatross in the south. "Behind the scenes" segments describe the making of the TV series.
Some of the fascinating stories are:
Sales of the companion book to the Blue Planet television series topped 6 million dollars. Frozen Planet promises to be an equal or greater success. The important topic, the expected demand from Discovery Channel viewers and an excellent price make it an essential purchase.
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Review: Frozen PlanetUser Review - Katy - Goodreads
This book is wonderful and it really shows the life the animal/plants have to face out in the extreme Arctic. i would definitely recommend to everyone, especially if you watched the amazing series ... Read full review
Review: Frozen PlanetUser Review - Chris - Goodreads
This book provides an excellent accompaniment to the incredible BBC TV series. It follows a similar format to the TV series, covering life at the poles over the different seasons. The book is very ... Read full review