About Justin Anderson
Producer and director Justin Anderson has 18 years of documentary experience and has made programmes for the BBC, Discovery Channel and National Geographic television. He was a sequence director and assistant producer on the Emmy Award-winning first Planet Earth series where he achieved notoriety for spending 2 months working in a huge pile of bat guano! He was lucky enough to present an acclaimed radio documentary for BBC Radio 4, where he tracked arctic wolves across the frozen wastes of Canada. His work has led him on many varied adventures, from 10 days underground in Lechuguilla cave, to camping on a Nunatuk in an Arctic ice field. His first love is the mountains and for Planet Earth 2 he has travelled from Ladakh and Everest in the Himalaya, to the remote mountains of Peru.
About Narwhal: The Arctic Unicorn
Discover the beautiful and fascinating unicorn of the sea, the narwhal, with words by a Planet Earth II producer and pictures by an award-winning artist. “Now the narwhal must begin their epic journey north. It’s a journey with many dangers along the way…”Join us on an icy journey into Arctic waters, as we dive down deep with one of the most enchanting creatures in the world – the narwhal.
Learn about how narwhals have adapted to their freezing habitat, how they look after their young and all about their distinctive, mysterious tusks. Complete with an index and a conservation note, this is a wonderful addition to the Nature Storybook series, which showcase the stories of animals all over the world.