Ice society

New Zealand, 1982

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Episode number 4 of Series “The Big ice: views of Antarctica”.
This series examines the great southern continent and man’s connection with it. This particular film, which is episode four, looks at the intriguing adaptations, both physical and behavioural, of plant and wildlife in the inhospitable surroundings of the Antarctic.

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Tom Williamson

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New Zealand National Film Unit



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The Big ice: views of Antarctica

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The Big ice: views of Antarctica


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