Making “Spring”

Go behind the scenes of Frozen Planet\'s \'Spring\' episode. Find out how it was made, including dispatches from the field.
Making "Spring"
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Go behind the scenes of Frozen Planet\'s \'Spring\' episode. Find out how it was made, including dispatches from the field.

Coming in 2012

Coming in 2012
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"Frozen Planet," a 7-part series from the co-producers of "Planet Earth" and "Life," begins Sunday, March 18, at 8PM e/p on Discovery Channel.

Making "Life in the Freezer"

Making "Life in the Freezer"
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Making Frozen Planet's Life in the Freezer.

Making "The Ends of the Earth"

Making "The Ends of the Earth"
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Go behind the scenes of Frozen Planet\'s \'The Ends of the Earth\' episode. Find out how it was made, including dispatches from the field.

Making Frozen Planet

Making Frozen Planet
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Frozen Planet Series Producer Vanessa Berlowitz and team describe what it took to create this unprecedented series, four years in the making.

Making "Summer"
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Go behind the scenes of Frozen Planet\'s \'Summer\' episode. Find out how it was made, including dispatches from the field.

Making "Winter"
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Go behind the scenes of Frozen Planet\'s \'Winter\' episode. Find out how it was made, including dispatches from the field.

On Thin Ice (Frozen Planet)

On Thin Ice (Frozen Planet)
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Watch video about our fragile Frozen Planet, including PSA\'s from our official conservation partners: The Nature Conservancy, Sierra Club and NRDC.

Penguin Videos
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From criminal penguins to leaping emperors, watch the absolute best Frozen Planet penguin videos.

Polar Babies
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From cute polar bear cubs to adorable seal pups, watch the best of Frozen Planet's polar babies.

Frozen Planet: Video Highlights

Frozen Planet: Video Highlights
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Frozen Planet, from the makers of Planet Earth and Life, is the ultimate portrait of our earth\'s polar regions.

Disappearing Penguins

Disappearing Penguins
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Adelie penguins live their whole lives near ice. Warming temperatures have meant less sea ice, and Adelie penguin numbers are in decline at their traditional colonies.

Polar Bears in Decline

Polar Bears in Decline
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In winter, polar bears hunt for ring seals, which hide beneath the sea ice near breathing holes. Long summers with no ice are likely the main reason why many polar bear populations are dropping.

Antarctica's Bloody History

Antarctica's Bloody History
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Antarctica\'s South Georgia Island has a bloody history. Seals and whales were once killed here on an industrial scale. Today, seals have returned to these abandoned "ghost stations" but the whales have yet to recover.

Alaskan Blanket Tossing

Alaskan Blanket Tossing
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The Inupiat Whaling Festival, held in Barrow, Alaska, features an amazing event called the blanket toss. The whole community joins in on this age-old tradition, and even invite a Frozen Planet filmmaker to join.

Celebration of the Reindeer

Celebration of the Reindeer
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The Dolgan people live in the far north of Siberia near the Taymyr Peninsula. Their culture is deeply intertwined with reindeer, which is the only reason they can survive in this cold, harsh location.

Polar Desert a Mars on Earth

Polar Desert a Mars on Earth
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Devon Island, a polar desert in the Canadian High Arctic, is one of the most Mars-like and moon-like places on Earth. NASA scientists have been testing and training here for years in preparation of a potential visit to Mars.

Vanishing Arctic Ice Cap

Vanishing Arctic Ice Cap
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Military submarines have been measuring the Arctic ice cap since the beginning of the Cold War. What they’ve discovered is startling. According to their measurements, the thickness of the ice cap has diminished by half since 1980.

High-Risk Mussel Gathering

High-Risk Mussel Gathering
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Inuits of Northeast Canada take advantage of extreme tides to gather mussels beneath the sea ice. They only have 30 minutes before the tides rush back in.

Cliffside Egg Collecting

Cliffside Egg Collecting
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The Chukchi, natives of the Arctic, risk life and limb to collect guillemot eggs from the side of a sheer cliff in the Arctic. Over the years, many men have fallen to their deaths doing this.

Volcanic Ice Crystals of Antarctica

Volcanic Ice Crystals of Antarctica
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Under the ice and snow of Antarctica's only active volcano, Mount Erebus, lies a network of caves harboring incredible ice formations that occur nowhere else on earth.

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