Penguin Chicks' Stand Off Against Predator | Spy In The Snow | BBC Earth

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When a petrel attackes them, emperor penguing chicks stand together against it. Exclusive preview from #SpyInTheSnow, out in the UK December 30th.
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Spy In The Snow
From penguins and parrots to polar bears and otters, for some animals the snow is the ultimate playground. Despite sub-zero temperatures they choose snowy conditions to find a mate, make a home and raise a family. In this one-off special, a selection of Spy Creatures, and some ingeniously disguised Spy Cameras, get right to the heart of the action. Watch rowdy parrots tearing up the ski slopes of New Zealand, Adélie penguins quarrelling at the South Pole and a baby sea otter learning to swim amid the snow and ice of an Alaskan winter. Packed full of funny and heartwarming moments, Spy in the Snow brings together the magical stories of many of the hardiest creatures on Earth.

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