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No Artist - Antarctica - A Portrait In Wildlife And Nature Sound album

No Artist - Antarctica - A Portrait In Wildlife And Nature Sound album
Performer: No Artist
Title: Antarctica - A Portrait In Wildlife And Nature Sound
Released: 1971
Country: UK
Style: Field Recording
Genre: Not music
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 156
Formats: MMF FLAC WAV MP1 DXD DMF VOX
MP3 size: 1271 mb
FLAC size: 1398 mb

Tracklist

A1 Ice Movements 2:09
A2 Emperor Penguins 3:17
A3 Blizzard 3:09
A4 Spring 1:30
A5 Weddell Seals 10:55
A6 Adelie Penguins 1:48
A7 Skuas 1:20
B1 Rough Sea 1:17
B2 Fur Seals 1:03
B3 Cormorants 3:00
B4 Elephant Seals 8:54
B5 Snow Petrels 1:20
B6 Cape Pigeons 1:04
B7 Giant Petrel 1:19
B8 Prions, Wilson's Petrels 1:18
B9 Huskies 1:50

Notes

Fully laminated gatefold cover, with 24 page booklet.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CD-SDL 219 No Artist Antarctica - A Portrait In Wildlife And Nature Sound ‎(CD, Album) Saydisc CD-SDL 219 UK Unknown

Antarctica: A Portrait in Wildlife and Natural Sound.

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The predators of Antarctica - and other mesmerizing animals. There isn't much life in the Antarctic. Apart from a few herbivorous Antarctic creatures, all animals on the southernmost continent are predators. Because the continent is almost entirely covered by ice and snow, there's no real room for plants to grow. There are a few mosses and grasses that survive in the harsh conditions, and two flowering plants. Despite being aggressive toward other wildlife, killer whales aren't known for attacking humans in nature. Some killer whales in captivity have attacked their trainers, but generally speaking, humans aren't at any particular risk around these creatures. Other whale species that travel south for the summer include humpback, orca and the largest animal on earth, the blue whale.

Information and pictures of polar animals of the antarctic, the conditions and wildlife that live there. Antarctica: An Intimate Portrait of the World's Most Mysterious Continent. Antarctica - A Year on Ice DVD and Blu-ray Instant video. Site Map Pictures Old Antarcticans Facts History Antarctica Travel Antarctic Clothing Schools Arctic Travel Whales Makeup Women's Sandals Winter Boots Parkas Women's Sale Boots Outdoors Clothing Men's Sale Shoes.

Wildlife in Antarctica is most active in the austral summer months. During this time seals, whales, penguins and a large diversity of other seabirds migrate to the continent to breed and feed on the virtually unlimited supply of krill, crustaceans, and fish. Each summer month has its own unique wildlife viewing opportunities not to be missed. Top Wildlife Viewing Spots in Antarctica & Sub-Antarctic Islands. Unlike the other wildlife of Antarctica, whales do not breed in the region. However, they do take advantage of the nutrient-filled waters in the austral summer, traveling great distances from their temperate breeding waters in the north. Like seals, several species of whales were hunted until near extinction in the mid-1900s.

Envisioning Antarctica: history and nature of antarctic images. Book, Terra Antarctica: Looking into the emptiest continent (Trinity University Press, 2005). Cheryl Leonard, Musician and composer, 2008. During her trip to Antarctica, she collected natural materials and sounds to develope a series of musical compositions based on the forces that shape environments and ecosystems in the Antarctic Peninsula region. Eliot Porter, Photographer, 1975.

Songs For Nature & Wildlife. We compose music to aid nature and wildlife. Today is World Wildlife Day, a time to celebrate wildlife and join in the fight against wildlife crime. ments come into the . us/1PPT4zy to learn more.

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