Mountain: Life at the Extreme
Mountain: Life at the Extreme is a three-part BBC documentary series narrated by Douglas Henshall, which takes us to the greatest mountain ranges of the world - Rockies, Himalaya and Andes. The series reveals the extraordinary animals and remarkable people who make their home there. The Rockies are the spine of North America, a beautiful wilderness of snow-capped peaks and hidden valleys. The Himalaya is the highest mountain range on earth, home to extraordinary animals and remarkable ancient cultures. The Andes is the longest mountain range in the world and home to astonishing hidden worlds, extraordinary animals and remarkable people.
|Episode 1 - Rockies|
Episode 1 - Rockies
The Rockies are the spine of North America, a beautiful wilderness of snow-capped peaks and hidden valleys. Cougars hunt in abandoned ranches, wolverines search the deep snow for food, and grizzly bears hunt in the high mountain meadows.
Episode 2 - Himalaya
The highest mountain range on earth is home to extraordinary animals and remarkable ancient cultures. In the depths of winter, snow leopards creep into isolated mountain villages in search of food. In hidden valley, bizarre-looking monkeys huddle for warmth in a frozen forest.
Episode 3 - Andes
The Andes is the longest mountain range in the world and home to astonishing hidden worlds, extraordinary animals and remarkable people. A female puma and her three cubs hunt in the mountains of the frozen south.
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