We journey to the most remote Arctic landscapes, populated with animals and plants that have adapted to survive in the harshest climates on the planet. Using remote camera technology, Arctic Secrets explores this land through spectacular, and never-before-seen, aerial panoramas.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Arctic Secrets - Wild Russia - Netflix
Wild Russia is a six-episode series of documentaries about the wilderness in Russia (original title in German: Wildes Russland) made by the German NDR Naturfilm/Studio Hamburg Doclights (executive producer: Jörn Röver) for NDR/WDR/S4C/Animal Planet and National Geographic in 2009. The German version of NDR Blu-ray (also DVD) was narrated by Christian Brückner, and its English version was narrated by Clifford Wells. The National Geographic version was narrated by Paterson Joseph. It was re-edited and aired by Animal Planet in the United States, narrated by Jason Hildebrandt.
Arctic Secrets - Episodes - Netflix
The series (series producer: Henry M. Mix) consisted of six episodes. The National Geographic version was aired in the following order: Siberia, director Tobias Mennle Kamchatka, director Christian Baumeister Arctic, director Uwe Anders Caucasus titled The Great Divide, director Tom Synnatzschke Primorye titled The Secret Forest, director Henry M. Mix Urals titled Primeval Valleys, director Oliver Goetzl The Animal Planet version was aired in the following order: Kamchatka Primorye Siberia Caucasus Arctic Urals The German NDR version was aired and arranged on DVD and Blu-ray discs in the following order: Caucasus titled The Caucasus (Der Kaukasus) Urals titled The Urals (Der Ural) Siberia (Sibirien) Arctic titled The Arctic (Die Arktis) Primorye titled The Far East (Der Ferne Osten) Kamchatka (Kamtschatka)
Arctic Secrets - References - Netflix