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Antarctica Dreaming - Wildlife on Ice - Blu-ray

Antarctica Dreaming Blu-ray DVD    

"Antarctica Dreaming is a fine example of a nature documentary. The footage is truly outstanding, and the cross-section of wildlife and landscape ornamentation is expansive. The gorgeous HD transfer adds an incredibly amount, however, and earns a spot in your selection of reference discs."

"Antarctica Dreaming makes for a very nice companion piece to the likes of March of the Penguins and Happy Feet as well as standing out as an informative, entertaining, and frequently eye-catching documentary in its own right. Recommended."

Imagine a world coloured by ice and fire, carved by hurricane-force winds, weighted by glaciers, and teeming with wildlife perfectly adapted to freezing conditions and winters of perpetual darkness. Experience the beauty of wild white blizzards and fire-red sunsets reflected in a glassy sea.

Antarctica Dreaming Blu-ray DVD explores the Antarctic peninsula, South Georgia Island, and the Falkland Islands, and features five species of penguins, four kinds of seals, fierce seabirds, and the most spectacular scenery on the planet.

  • Filmed by Emmy Award winner David Hannan
  • Includes 6 bonus mini documentaries
  • Shot in High Definition by Emmy-Award-winning maker of Coral Sea Dreaming, David Hannan
  • Dolby® TrueHD for 100% lossless High Definition Audio

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