Frozen Planet II

This six-part series – narrated by Sir David Attenborough – explores the wildlife found in the world’s coldest regions: the Arctic and Antarctic, high mountains, frozen deserts, snowbound forests, and ice-cold oceans. From polar bears to penguins, and from snow monkeys to Siberian tigers, each species must overcome a unique set of challenges to endure its extreme environment.

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Frozen Words

1. Frozen Words

57 mins
Journey through our remote frozen worlds and discover the incredible ways in which animals have overcome the challenges of survival.
Journey through our remote frozen worlds and discover the incredible ways in which animals have overcome the challenges of survival.
Frozen Oceans

2. Frozen Oceans

58 mins
Dive into a world of water and ice to reveal the animals which survive on and under the Arctic Sea.
Dive into a world of water and ice to reveal the animals which survive on and under the Arctic Sea.
Frozen Peaks

3. Frozen Peaks

58 mins
Explore ice worlds born of altitude. Found on every continent, these icy ‘islands in the sky’ pose a range of challenges for the animals who choose to live there.
Explore ice worlds born of altitude. Found on every continent, these icy ‘islands in the sky’ pose a range of challenges for the animals who choose to live there.
Frozen South

4. Frozen South

58 mins
The most extreme frozen world of all – Antarctica. At first glance it may appear lifeless, but miraculously, life finds a way.
The most extreme frozen world of all – Antarctica. At first glance it may appear lifeless, but miraculously, life finds a way.
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Frozen Planet II Minecraft Experience

Minecraft and BBC Earth teamed up for a unique gaming experience! Step into the shoes of some of nature’s hardiest creatures to explore incredible icy worlds.

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