The Living Edens Episodes

1996, TV Show

Episode Detail: Arctic Oasis: Canada's Southampton Island - The Living Edens

Cinematographer Adam Ravetch follows an Inuit father as he teaches his 13-year-old son to hunt during a three-month, 500-mile odyssey on Arctic Canada's Southampton Island. Ravetch comes up with some stunning shots as he swims with polar bears and walruses. The father-son bonding Ravetch also captures is poignant, as is the respect the Inuits show for their prey, and the father's fear that modern intrusions will destroy their way of life.

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Premiered: 1996, on PBS
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Premise: Spectacular photography reveals the natural history of some of the world's most fascinating areas, ranging from the Alaskan wilderness to the dunes of Africa's Namib Desert, from southwest Africa to the edge of the Antarctic.

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