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Amazing Planet Earth
 Surprises of the Great White North Alaska & Canada (2008)
[Model QUE-DVD-03752] [ISBN 9781594643477] 
[UPC 033937037528]

In Stock $14.95

Running Time: 53 minutes

Dolby Analog
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Take off to Alaska and Canada, where rugged, untouched wilderness is awash in beauty and grandeur. Encounter mighty humpback whales working as a team to capture food as you kayak through Alaska's Inside Passage. Another wildlife wonder awaits at Admiralty Island, also known as "Bear Central", where Alaskan Grizzly Bears roam. Drive through the breathtaking forests, mountains and streams that adorn the Alaska Highway, and bask in the awe-inspiring beauty of Denali National Park. Accept the challenge to climb Mt. McKinley, where the temperature at the summit can dip to 95 degrees below zero! Celebrate Native-American and Russian cultures linked by ritual in Eklunta Village Historical Park, and learn the fascinating origins of the "spirit houses" the Athabaskan Indians construct for their dead. For a golf outing that's anything but par for the course, tee up at Weeping Trout, the world's most remote golf course. In Canada, witness how the world's most extreme tides cause the Bay of Fundy to empty itself twice a day. Meet hundreds of polar bears that make annual visits to the town of Churchill, Manitoba. Marvel at the Columbia Icefield, the source of eight major glaciers, and take a dip in the soothing waters of the Banff Hot Springs. After heart-racing dogsled and bobsled rides, experience the breathtaking scenery of the Princess Louisa Inlet.

Product Details
Video Run Time - 53 minutes
Video Format - NTSC
Aspect Ratio - 4:3 Standard
Region Code - Region 1
Packaging Type - Amaray
Audio Languages - English
Subtitle Languages - None
Release Date - 2008
ISBN - 9781594643477
UPC - 033937037528
LOC - J2
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Surprises of the Great White North
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