‘The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness’ in One Planet Dome

The spectacular large-screen film ‘The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness’ is on show in the Museon-Omniversum in The Hague from 16 December. Discover one of the last areas on Earth untouched by humans on One Planet Dome’s 840 m² dome screen.

Imagine a vast, wild and magical area in the far north of Alaska – a region where one of the greatest natural spectacles in the world takes place. ‘The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness’ takes you to the land where the Gwich’in tribe has lived for countless generations and where nature has evolved without human interference since the dawn of time. Join National Geographic photographer Florian Schulz on his five-year effort to film the 200,000-strong herd of caribou as they make their way to the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, one of the largest animal migrations on Earth.

‘The Arctic: Our Last Great Wilderness’ features unique, intimate images of polar bears and musk oxen, wolves, grizzly bears and golden eagles, among many other species. This beautiful large-screen film immerses you in a world that few have actually seen until now. Enjoy an unforgettable experience on the screen of One Planet Dome, and at the same time experience a call to embrace and protect this magical area.

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