Frozen Planet: Season 1, Episode 7

On Thin Ice (15 Apr. 2012)

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David Attenborough reveals how scientists measure the changes in the polar regions and what they mean for the animals and people who live there, as well as for the whole planet.

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The effects of global warming on parts of the polar regions are already obvious, but varied, hard to study, let alone predict, and geographically diverse, albeit with global impact. Some specialized species are under grave threat, others can adapt or even extend their area. Written by KGF Vissers

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Himself - Narrator: I am with a Norwegian team, which is giving the polar bears of Svalbard their yearly health check.
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