The wildlife documentary series with David Attenborough continues with a unique and intimate glimpse into secretive lives of mountain-dwelling animals.
Mountains are pretty demanding environments, so its inhabitants need to evolve into very though species. The Hiamlayas are highest and coldest, starring the very rare snow leopard, covering huge territories due to few prey. Nubian capricorns became utter acrobats to seek safety on steep, scorching-hot Arabian slopes, yet must come down for water. The Rockies are empty in winter except for hibernating (grizzly) bears, who must fatten up when spring comes suddenly. Africa's Kilimanjaro range is always tropical, except for the icy nights. Finally the Andes.
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