Netflix — Our Planet, Frozen Worlds

not just another “ nature documentary”

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Image by minka2507 from Pixabay

But as tough as some of the footage was to watch, I do think we all must watch. We can no longer keep our hands over our eyes and ears. Our world is changing — faster than it can adjust.

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Credit: NASA/NSIDC

Episode 2 features the ecosystems at Antarctica and in the Arctic.

We begin with Antarctica and follow the food chain from krill to killer whales. Penguins and seals. Algae and humpback whales. The cuteness overload of baby albatrosses is alone worth the time to watch this episode!

I recommend this Netflix series — to concerned citizens of Earth — we have work to do.

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