Life Without Water: The Art of Nature Series
Catalogue Number: SCTV50
Producer: Scorpion TV
Subject: Documentary, Environmental Studies, Nature, Science, Tech/Voc
Grade Level: 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: UK
Copyright Year: 2018
Running Time: 60:12
Life Without Water, a documentary by Biologist Claes Andrén, delves into extreme environments, where ingenious species have learned to thrive. In this film, Andrén uncovers how so many of them have developed amazing adaptations to survive in harsh environments from escaping enemies, becoming excellent hunters and learning to save resources. This documentary asks some vital questions: Could there be a species that will show us how to build a more sustainable future? Can we benefit by learning the survival skills of some species? In a world where humans are becoming the main contributor to a wave of extinction, can nature's own incredible species be the source of solutions to sustainability?
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