Corinna Wirth (Deutschland)
Eine Expedition durch Tansania - Die Klimawelt des Kilimandscharo
You do not need an extra-ticket for the „Blauen Salon“ or the „Grünen Salon“. If you own a ticket for the programs shown in the Stefaniensaal, Steiermarksaal or Kammermusiksaal, this ticket is valid for the respective whole day and you have free entrance to the whole program shown in the „Saloons“.

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Language
German
Dauer
43 min
Director
Corinna Wirth (Deutschland)
Category
Nature and Environment
With its 5900 metre and seven climate zones, from the African Savannah up to the Arctic glaciers, the Kilimanjaro Mountain is unique and it hosts numerous plants and animals which do not exist anywhere else in the world. Unfortunately, the climate change has also left its traces here. The glaciers are melting, and the lack of rain fall cause a harm to the entire eco-system. The extensive agricultural exploitation by the overpopulation living on the foot of the mountain damage this giant. This documentary accompanies zoologists, botanists, geologists and climatologists on their explorations using seemingly archaic methods in order to gain a glance into the future.