Go with the "floe" as Wild Chronicles and National Geographic’s Crittercam® team search for leopard seals in the Antarctic ice. Sneaky and silent above and below water, these top predators are hard to pin down. Crittercam® allows the researchers to float along the ice floes to discover new insights about these relentless hunters.
region at Earth's extreme south, encompassed by the Antarctic Circle.
camera designed to be worn on a wild animal, providing a "critter-eye view" of the animal's environment.
to pursue and kill an animal, usually for food.
water in its solid form.
floating chunk of frozen water less than 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) wide.
carnivorous marine mammal native to the Antarctic.
species at the top of the food chain, with no predators of its own. Also called an alpha predator or apex predator.