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Life in the Snow (2016)

Gordon Buchanan travels to Norway and Austria to search for animals that live in snowy conditions and have adapted to survive in cold weather. He also takes a look at the lives of animals associated with Christmas.
Life in the Snow (2016)

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Life in the Snow (2016) : Gordon Buchanan travels to Norway and Austria to search for animals that live in snowy conditions and have adapted to survive in cold weather. He also takes a look at the lives of animals associated with Christmas.

Released : 29 December 2016
Runtime : 60min
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