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Planet earth as you've never seen it before. Part two

Ice worlds: The advance and retreat of polar ice is the real challenge to life. As the sea freezes in Antarctica all animals flee, except for the Emperor Penguin. Meanwhile, in the Arctic, humpback whales are feeding and the polar bear swims vast distances, stalking a colony of walruses.

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  • "Caves"
  • "Planet Zemlja"
  • "Deserts"
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  • "Ice worlds"
  • "Planet Earth"@en
  • "Planet Earth"

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  • "Ice worlds: The advance and retreat of polar ice is the real challenge to life. As the sea freezes in Antarctica all animals flee, except for the Emperor Penguin. Meanwhile, in the Arctic, humpback whales are feeding and the polar bear swims vast distances, stalking a colony of walruses."
  • "Ice worlds: The advance and retreat of polar ice is the real challenge to life. As the sea freezes in Antarctica all animals flee, except for the Emperor Penguin. Meanwhile, in the Arctic, humpback whales are feeding and the polar bear swims vast distances, stalking a colony of walruses."@en
  • "Caves: Deep in an undiscovered world, including both poisonous and flooded caves, we find astonishing crystals; cave angel fish, the five million bats of Deer Cave in Borneo; and troglodytes, and weird creatures like the Texas cave salamander, that never sees daylight or sets foot on the surface."
  • "Caves: Deep in an undiscovered world, including both poisonous and flooded caves, we find astonishing crystals; cave angel fish, the five million bats of Deer Cave in Borneo; and troglodytes, and weird creatures like the Texas cave salamander, that never sees daylight or sets foot on the surface."@en
  • "Deserts: "Deserts are united by their lack of rain, yet they are the most varied of our planet's ecosystems. Go where freshwater is really precious and meet animals that have learned to survive with small amounts of it, such as the wild Bactrian camel of Mongolia's Gobi Desert that eats snow instead of drinking water or Chile's guanacos that lick dew from cactus spines. Experience spectacular aerial and time-lapse footage, featuring an explosion of life and shifting sand dunes"--Discovery Channel website."@en
  • "Ice worlds: "This episode guides viewers on a journey to the polar extremes of our planet. Freshwater is frozen and out of reach, and coupled with numbing temperatures, this makes life hard in frozen climes from the top to the bottom of the world. CGI time-lapse and elapsed-time filming techniques show Arctic ice coming and going over the centuries, and emperor penguins settling in to breed in Antarctica"--Discovery Channel website."@en
  • ""Captures rare action, impossible locations, and intimate moments with our planet's best-loved, wildest, and most elusive creatures. From the highest mountains to the deepest rivers, [the program] takes you to places you've never been to experience sights and sounds never before captured on film. Prepare to be overwhelmed by the beauty and majesty of 'Planet Earth'"--Container."
  • "Looks at the Earth from the alien depths of the ocean to the newly discovered coral reefs; from the glistening polar icecaps, to the greatest woodlands on Earth; from great plains of migrating animals into the dark depths of the forest floor, our world is truly spectacular."
  • "Segments 4 through 6 of the BBC 11-part nature series. 40 camera teams were shooting at over 200 different locations all over the world for more than 5 years to get the pictures seen in the series. Each segment is followed by a sequence investigating the techniques and challenges of wildlife photography within that segment."@en
  • "Segments 4 through 6 of the BBC 11-part nature series. 40 camera teams were shooting at over 200 different locations all over the world for more than 5 years to get the pictures seen in the series. Each segment is followed by a sequence investigating the techniques and challenges of wildlife photography within that segment."
  • "Deserts: 30% of Earth's land surface is desert which can seem empty and lifeless, yet they are the most varied of our planet's ecosystems. With remarkable footage this documentary unravels the secrets behind desert survival and for the first time on such a scale, reveals the ephemeral nature of this dynamic environment."@en
  • "Deserts: 30% of Earth's land surface is desert which can seem empty and lifeless, yet they are the most varied of our planet's ecosystems. With remarkable footage this documentary unravels the secrets behind desert survival and for the first time on such a scale, reveals the ephemeral nature of this dynamic environment."
  • "4. Caves : about Earth's final frontier - caves. Deer Cave in Borneo is a daytime retreat for five million bats, and their droppings support an entire community of creatures. Troglodytes like the Texas cave salamander and Thailand's cave angel have neither eyes nor pigment, and the entire populations of both are found in just a couple of caves. -- 5. Deserts : looks at deserts, which cover a third of the Earth's land surface. From space they appear lifeless but a closer look reveals a different picture, from Mongolia's Gobi desert where wild Bactrian camels have to eat snow in lieu of water, to the Atacama in Chile where guanacos survive by licking the dew off cactus spines --6. Ice Worlds : Although the frozen worlds of the Arctic and Antarctic experience the greatest seasonal extremes, it is the advance and retreat of the ice that is the real challenge to life. As the sea freezes, Antarctica doubles in size and all animals except for the Emperor Penguin flee. In the Arctic, the polar bears̕ ice world literally melts beneath its feet, forcing it to swim vast distances and take on one of the deadliest adversaries on the planet."
  • "Five years in the making, over 2000 days spend in the field, across 200 locations, a budget of unprecedented proportions and shot in high definition film, Planet Earth is the ultimate portrait of our planet. Planet Earth Part One entranced over 1.5 million viewers when it debuted on ABC TV in July 2006, and ever since Australian audiences have proven to be as enamoured as the rest of the world with the series that has been described as 'not merely a programme, but an occasion'. Embracing the world's incredible landscapes and fascinating wildlife, Part Two of the epic BBC series Planet Earth celebrates the Earth as never before, and also includes the much loved 'behind the scenes' documentaries, each giving the viewer an even richer experience than ever before. Planet Earth Part Two DVD features the following episodes, plus the informative, 'behind the scenes' documentaries, not shown on television, which reveal the detail and intricacies behind the production of each episode."@en
  • "Caves: "Caves are one of the only habitats not directly driven by sunlight, but this doesn't mean there's no wildlife living in their confines. Descend into darkness to witness the unseen behaviors of bizarre creatures like cave angel fish that attach themselves to walls and swiftlets that build nests from saliva"--Discovery Channel website."@en

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  • "Planet Earth as you've never seen it before [DVD] : Part two"
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  • "Planet Earth. 2 as you've never seen it before = Planet Zemlja. 2 : kot ga še niste videli"
  • "Planet earth as you've never seen it before. Part 2"
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