Life on Fire: Wildlife on the Volcano's Edge
Volcanoes are one of the most spectacular and powerful forces on our planet, creating new land, changing landscapes, and destroying civilizations. Life on Fire offers a close-up look at volcanoes and the effects on the environment around them. From the depths of the ocean abyss to high-altitude snow-capped peaks, the series paints a detailed picture of the struggles and amazing adaptation required to survive around volcanoes. Filmed at 42 volcanoes in 20 countries, Life on Fire follows the extraordinary animals and plants that have learned to juggle with fire, and delves into the world of modern volcanology, showing how we live and react to volcanoes.
This fascinating journey includes six episodes:
The Surprise Salmon
Pioneers of the Deep
Special Features include…
Over 45 minutes of bonus video, including
Inside the Dragon's Lair
Spies in the the Sky
Beyond Human: The Deep
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