Ernst Arendt und Hans Schweiger (Deutschland) - 44 min
In Alaska, all animals are big ones: the bears, the elks, the wolves. No wonder nobody takes notice of the little ones. Ernst Arendt and Hans Schweiger meet the little, charming Alaskan pika with their cameras. In summer, they collect hay and assemble an appropriate supply for the long winter. With loads of hay much too big for them they whizz across the stony grounds. But also gophers regularly visit the filmmakers’ camp, and the pika control their equipment. In bit parts: porcupines, marmots, “wild water ducks” and – unbelievable but true – ice worms. Enjoy these very interesting and entertaining animal observations and Alaska adventures.