Since March of the Penguins, consumers have seen a steady stream of penguin-themed movies and features. Tiring of penguins, producers have begun changing their focus to the Arctic Circle and its related wildlife. Polar bears, walruses, seals…if it lives in the Arctic, it’s probably cute, cuddly and primed for a feature. And Animal Planet’s latest DVD follows that formula perfectly. Growing Up Arctic is the latest documentary about Arctic animals, this time about young animals who are left to fend for themselves or at least without parents. Considering it’s cold outside (in the Northern Hemisphere, anyway), we thought you might be interested in winning your very own copy of this Animal Planet feature on DVD. So here’s your chance.
To enter to win this free DVD of Growing Up Arctic, you must simply be 18 years old or older and “>submit an entry. This contest is open to every country worldwide (America, Canada, U.K., Japan, Germany, etc.). You may submit an entry once per day through 11:59pm PST on February 17. When the contest ends we’ll select one lucky winner, send him or her an email for address confirmation, and ship the DVD once we receive a reply. And remember, you can enter this free sweepstakes once per day!
Movie summary: This DVD, presented by Animal Planet, follows the difficult lives of a baby walrus, seal, polar bear and — just in this DVD — a penguin. Follow the trials and tribulations of a walrus that was orphaned and abandoned thousands of miles away in Alaska, a group of baby seals living at the Alaska Sealife Center in Seward, a solitary cub who survived a hunter’s attack on his mother and siblings, and a Humboldt penguin at the Oregon Zoo.