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From the Arctic Ocean and its isolated Islands to the bleak, barren tundra and frozen forests of the taiga, the Arctic region is locked in ice for more than half of the year; in summer, this land of contrast bursts into life.

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The planet's most extreme wilderness exists in the Arctic, a land ruled by ice.
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In a frozen forest circling the entire globe, unique species must adapt or die.
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From the largest land predator to flesh-eating plants, only those with true grit survive life in the Arctic's vast, frozen and spectacular tundra.

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