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Natural World

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Penguins of the Antarctic. Thick coats and rich fat reserves or migration to warmer climes help penguins to survive the deadly cold of the South
Pole. As the climate starts to change, life is getting ever tougher and the birds must draw on their ability to defy the odds if they are to survive their greatest ever challenge. Narrated by Steven Berkoff.
Producers Martin Fletcher , Roger Webb ; Series editor Tim Martin
www.bbc.co.uk/nature

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Unknown: Steven Berkoff.
Producers: Martin Fletcher
Producers: Roger Webb
Editor: Tim Martin

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