The Arctic fox, the reindeer, the Nile crocodile, the tortoise, the hedgehog, the lemur, the Polar bear, the forest elephant, the lion and the otter are ten animals that have survived for millions of years. From their shape and color to their fur and scales, their bodies have adapted to the fluctuating conditions on our planet. So they certainly know a thing or two about climate change!
Since the dawn of time the Earth’s climate has been evolving. But as global warming accelerates the pace of change, how much longer can our animal friends keep up? Can they continue to survive in this evolving Eden we all call home.
Once on the verge of extinction due to trapping, pollution and habitat destruction, today the otter is back and as playful as ever, after efforts to limit their hunting and clean up our waterways. But for how long? A new catastrophe is now menacing the existence of these fur-covered aquatic creatures: global warming.
- Producer(s) & Channel(s):
- ECOMEDIA / France 5 / Ushuaïa Tv
- Marie-Hélène BACONNET
- 2012 - 2018
- English / French
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