Narrated by Jason Robards, this National Geographic Special takes viewers on a journey to Churchill, Manitoba, where the residents have learned to live with a unique wildlife problem. Each fall the largest, most deadly carnivore in the Arctic migrates through this isolated Canadian village on an annual northward trek. For scientists, the migration presents a unique chance to observe the bears. For residents, it is a season of apprehension.
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