The battle for the life of a beached humpback whale will reveal more about the history of these extraordinary inhabitants of the world's oceans. Humpback whales living in the planet's oceans are trying to survive and adapt to a dynamic world. These aquatic inhabitants are vital to the environment: by helping to reduce pollution in the environment, they contribute to the fight against climate change. Inspired by the best-selling book by William Heathcote, the documentary "The Great Guardians of the Planet" takes you on a journey of discovery through uncharted territories and a barely known society of whales with extraordinary abilities and an incredibly rich and complex social life.
We have prepared educational material for this film, which will allow you to explore the topic of the film in more detail. In it you will find a brief history of whales, interesting facts about whale prehistory and whales today, learn about the sounds whales make.
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Recommended for students from 5-12 grades.
Areas of education: natural science education, geography, general competences.
Topics for conversation after the film: nature, the relationship between man and nature, climate change