NATURE . WILDLIFE
TALL & TINY – NATURE’S EXTREMES
Tremendously tall – or ridiculously small: nature never ceases to surprise.
The smallest creatures often rely on power in numbers. When termites join forces in their thousands, they are capable of defending their nests against invaders many times their size!
Earth’s largest animal can be just as hard to see as some of the smallest because it is so rare. The blue whale is a record-breaker, nearly thirty metres in length and up to 170 tons. But even a blue whale’s mass is nothing compared to nature’s largest structure created by miniscule living organisms: The Great Barrier Reef.
Meet the big and the tiny in this round-the-world-tour of massive proportions!
Festivals & Awards
International Nature Film Festival Gödöllö 2020* nominated :
IFF - Ekotopfilm - Envirofilm Festival 2020* nominated :
Original TitleRiesig groß & winzig klein
Length50' (ENG, GER)
Film byPetra Lederhilger