Frozen Islands

National Geographic
Frozen Islands

Synopsis

Sub-Antarctica is peppered by a scattering of tiny islands, inhospitable to man but crucial to the survival of millions of marine animals that are superbly adapted to life in the Southern Ocean and use these islands to breed: Seals, Penguins, Albatross and Southern Right Whales.

Episodes

Season 1
  • Frozen Islands, 1

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    In the Southern Atlantic and Indian Oceans South Georgia, Bouvet, Marion and Crozet Islands are home to some of the world's largest populations of Seal and Penguins. These creatures, superbly adapted to life in a freezing ocean need to come ashore breed. They are followed by the hunters: Killer Whales.

  • Frozen Islands, 2

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    In the Southern Indian and Pacific Oceans, Crozet, Heard, Auckland and Enderby, Macquarie and Campbell Islands are home to some of the rarest Sub-Antarctic animals on Earth: Royal and Yellow-eyed Penguins, New Zealand Sea Lion and the Southern Right Whales.