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This foray through northern realms of our planet above the polar circle takes us to a part of our world especially affected by climate change. The often-cited adaptability of animals could also enable them to survive under new conditions. The camera team made this foray through the polar region, from Canada to Norway, to document that, which in the opinion of many nature researchers, will no longer be visible in 30 to 50 years’ time.

Following the observation of ice bear mother with her young in Canada’s Wapusk National Park at Hudson Bay, is a herd of harp seals on the ice during the breeding season. The Arctic Ocean ringed seals in Hudson Bay, on the other hand, prefer solitude. Should the offspring be born in an extremely cold night, they often freeze to death. Their bodies sink to the seabed at the beginning of spring when the pack ice thaws. Scavengers like the rare Greenland shark, who sees them as a welcome snack, quickly eats them. Underwater footage of this process also attempted by our camera team, very rarely succeeds.

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My hats are off to the filmmakers in that cold, because I wouldn’t be able to do it! Much respect to them.

So wonderful are these territories from Canada to Norway, with a lot wild fauna life and beautiful landscapes. Thanks for sharing this amazing documentary to admire these magnificent natures. πŸ»β€β„οΈπŸ¦†πŸ¦­πŸ¦ˆπŸŒŽπŸ—Ίβš“πŸŒŠπŸ‡§πŸ‡»πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

The point is to hunt old animals because they are β€œold” and can’t produce as many offsprings. Hunting young ones endanger the population.

6:10 the polar bear mother takes great care in not crushing the little ones by accident

Okay was it really the bear that was scaring all the walruses or was it the humans in their boats carrying the walruses and the Bears?

I like this documentary, not the least because it avoids to present the prospect of “climate change” as something irredeemably fatal to life and the survival of animal species. Most refreshing not having to endure, once again, the gospel of political correctness. In Attenborough’s commentaries to nature documentaries there is always this “we” (all humans and all societies) implied when it comes to the sheer fact that national governments of various gangster countries allow poaching and the destruction of natural habitats to happen. But that’s not “us”: That’s “them”! Thanks, Hannes Joechler.

It is the rare wildlife documentary that includes demonstrations on how to pan-fry and consume wildlife with some nice vegetables. A different approach, I guess.

Sobhane Allah the creator, every things in perfect, if the polar bear don’t reach the baby dead seal, it stays until the ice melt and it becomes food for the sharks,