Wild Nordic

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Nature Documentary hosted by Stig Henrik Hoff, published by National Geographic in 2019 - English narration

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The spectacular landscapes of Scandinavia are our backdrop and the players are the iconic creatures of the region: wolverines, brown bears, arctic foxes, puffins, reindeer, whales and the list goes on Wild Nordic. The show brings viewers a new look at Scandinavia - once home to the infamous Vikings, and still a land of vast coastlines, soaring mountains, daring adventurers, ancient civilizations and lush forests. The series reveals a huge, frozen wilderness characterized by a unique wildlife, ancient traditions and a fight against incredibly harsh winters. The famous wilderness in Norway, Finland and Sweden is shown from the skies, just as the Viking gods saw it. Where the time stands still. Winter is a season of waiting for Scandinavian animals: the wait for the sun, the wait for the food to be plentiful again, and the wait for the spring to melt the frozen landscape. Before this can happen, the animals must carefully guard their resources if they are to survive the hot summer months. Surviving in the North requires adaptation and specialization. Wild animals are wary and hide skillfully. Animals have been hunted from generation to generation and have learned to avoid humans. In this series, we explore the legendary wilderness in Norway, Finland and Sweden from the air. We get to follow and see how the landscapes are transformed from the colors of autumn into a sparkling white fairyland. Series Producer/Writer Brian Armstrong ; Produced by Red Rock Films, Inc. for National Geographic

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Norway's Viking Coastline reveals massive fjords, towering mountains and daring explorers- bringing together ancient cultures and modern wildernesses.
The Norwegian sea areas are the birthplace of the most legendary civilization on our planet, the Vikings. Viking warriors traveled through wide fjords, navigated past rugged shorelines, and ascended to the tops of rugged mountains. Discover the treasures of the coast all the way from the southern Oslo Fjord to the magnificent northern Lofoten Islands.

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The Scandinavian Mountains - snow-covered, windswept, inhospitable and wild. Yet even in these conditions, many animals thrive, and this tundra creates life for ancient creatures like musk oxen, arctic fox and fabled reindeer.
This northern mountain range is the backbone of Scandinavia.

[edit] Land of Ice and Snow

The Top of the World uncovers a vast frozen wilderness marked by unique artic wildlife, age-old traditions and a battle against the harshest winters.
Arctic dog sledding and the unique culture of the wandering Sami reindeer herders. The wilderness of northern Scandinavia is a rare region. Explore the open and icy nature known for its arctic wildlife and ancient traditions. This icy region attracts adventurers from all over the world.

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From Finland's far north, wild Viking Rivers inspire explorers from across the globe, from daring ice-skaters to naked ice-swimmers.
Finland's wild rivers attract hikers from all over the world, from the bubbling streams of the north to the thousands of picturesque lakes of Southern Finland. These waters are home to important Nordic wildlife. Bears, snakes and even native freshwater seals call the area home.

[edit] Creatures of the Taiga

The creatures of the taiga find their homes deep within Scandinavia's ancient forests and this fall season will be the ultimate test of survival.
The boreal zone of Scandinavia is part of the largest forest area in the world. Taiga animals live deep in ancient forests. With the arrival of autumn, the animals of the forest must prepare for an extreme survival test: a long and harsh winter from which only the toughest will survive.

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Video Codec: H.264 CABAC High@L4.1
Video Bitrate: 3 754 Kbps
Video Resolution: 1920x1080
Display Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Frames Per Second: 25.000 fps
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 128 kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 2
Audio Languages: english
RunTime Per Part: 44 min
Number Of Parts: 5
Part Size: 1.19 GB - 1.22 GB
Source: WEB DL
Capper: NDF@a.b.documentaries

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