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National Geographic Specials | Emperors of the Ice | PBS

Duration: 52:39 (Full Program)
Program: Emperors of the Ice
Broadcast Date: Mar. 1, 2007

Antarctica. The last place on Earth. It's a continent lost to eternal ice - yet in this frozen desert, there is life. Antarctica is home to a unique ecosystem - and no other creature embodies this frozen continent like the Emperor penguin. Tthe Emperor is the largest diving bird on the planet. Emperor penguins are the only species to breed in the frozen night of the Antarctic winter. They are sublimely built to conquer the cold - but in a world threatened by climate change, can they take the heat? Biologists Drs. Jerry Kooyman and Paul Ponganis are on a mission to find out and dive deep into the lives of the magnificent Emperor penguin.

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Post Date: December 30, 2010