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Extraordinary Kiwis - Clarke in Antarctica Television (Full Length) – 2008 Documentary

Extraordinary Kiwis - Clarke in Antarctica

Television (Full Length) – 2008 Documentary

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Each episode of Extraordinary Kiwis shines a spotlight on a particular Kiwi and the activities that make them extraordinary. In this third season pilot, Clarke Gayford spends some time in Antarctica with scientist Victoria Metcalf, who investigates how fish survive in such extreme cold and their use as bellwethers for climate change. The "very Auckland" Gayford learns to fish amongst the seals. Dealing with hooks and bait in -20°C conditions is challenging for the self-described "sook in the cold", but Gayford proves pretty handy with a rod.

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Peter Morgan

Producer

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Jason Latta

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Clarke Gayford

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