Going under the ice field for food

This has to be one of the most stressful ways to bring home dinner.

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+44 1. ErGo_404 commented 10 years ago

One good question: who put the camera below the ice if they didn't finish the hole yet ?
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+4 2. Klawd3 commented 10 years ago

#1 good point
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+4 3. librabooks commented 10 years ago

They can afford head lamps but not a timer or alarm clock?? Guy watching for the tide says, "Hey dude! The water started coming in ten minutes ago. Sorry, I had to go to the bathroom and was out of seal paper!"
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+28 4. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

#1 Could have been second hole.
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+4 5. Siruss commented 10 years ago

#1 Maybe it was the first hole and or crack to find the chamber big enough to crawl into. And they lowered the camera into it while they dug at a better spot to enter it?
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+11 6. orion commented 10 years ago

#1 these filmmakers behave as they don't exist. The crew probably has the equipment to drill a hole for the camera.

I always wonder the same for all documentaries. A wounded tiger dying slowly with noone to help it, an endangered species getting hunted by wild predators, abandoned cubs left to die and so on. I know they shouldn't interfere with nature but come on, watching this through a camera seems heartless.
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+11 7. etplayer commented 10 years ago

One has to wonder what nutty son of a bitch first thought that one up and how hungry he must have been to try such bat crazy shit? O_O.
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+10 8. BangkokJarek commented 10 years ago

Wouldn't be easier to move a little south and grow vegetables?
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+3 9. nomaddaf commented 10 years ago

#6 of all the species that have ever lived 99.9 are now extinct. And if a species is endangered helping one will change nothing. As for the shot they almost always recreate events for the film and all most all sounds are dubbed,from insects to foot steps,wind,eating,ect..
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+4 10. LQoQK commented 10 years ago

#1 the same guy who put the camera on the top of the mountain to capture the first man climbing it,
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+8 11. davor1387 commented 10 years ago

If anyone has seen this documentary which is wonderful by the way, after every episode they show how they filmed it in every detail. It's called the Human Planet. There is 8 parts to it.
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+3 12. loadrunner commented 10 years ago

#10 The same guy filming Neil Armstrong, stepping on the Moon
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+5 13. orion commented 10 years ago

#12 you mean Chuck Norris?
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+5 14. iblogmoore commented 10 years ago

thank you davor1387 for sharing that info :D
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0 15. buckleg08 commented 2 years ago

still very scary to find food...be thankful we got grocery..:O