At one and a half times the size of the United States it has a year round population of only 800 people. Three quarters of the world's fresh water envelops it in a layer of ice so thick it conceals mountain ranges as vast as the Alps. And with temperatures seventy degrees below zero centigrade and winds of up to 120 mph Antartica is the coldest loneliest place on Earth. But it is also a place of majestic beauty which can support astonishingly rich and varied forms of wildlife. P
We will publish your review of Life In The Freezer  on DVD within a few days as long as it meets our guidelines.
None of your personal details will be passed on to any other third party.
A wildlifenatural world series which looks at how all forms of life in Antarctica survive in extremes of temperature and wind
David Attenborough's natural history exploration into life in the Antarctic. Unique filming of some of the largest, smallest, sturdiest mammals who survive sub-zero temperatures, biting winds and a changing ecology. The series also looks at the role of the ocean as both challenge and home to marine animals; the cruel effects of the Antarctic winter on shelter and food supplies; and finally the great expeditions by Man to reach the South Pole.