They probably chased them in there and filmed the “rescue” and said it’s melting and penguins have nowhere to go.
Only after watching their hatchlings freeze to death? That's something...
film crews should not be allowed to interfere with nature But at the same time, those are penguins and i like penguins.
Weakness disgusts me. Also, it's the plot of Happy Feet 2.
I'll never understand this "Nature film maker should now intervene" stupid thing. It's just for the sake of some wannabe "nobility" of action, staying "Out of nature's way as humble watchers". It's bullshit. They can easily help, without having to "infect" animals with human touch, and these animals will help nature around and help feed other species. Also, Pinguins are on the list of endangered species, so who's gonna complain that they rescue 50 of them ?
It is okay to pollute environment but not help animals? Sounds like some shit that religious people make up. The gods will... fuck your god, as long as i can, i help especially those who suffer due to your "god" who creates brain cancer on kids and shit like that.
I do understand wanting to watch nature unfold as it does without our presence changing anything, but also, we can't observe something without changing it, aka the uncertainty principle. Point being, animals in the wild have been documented taking care of, or protecting, or even rescuing different kinds of other animals. Why are we excluded? If we're just a more evolved animal how should our interactions with nature not also be documented in a nature documentary? Besides, it's a shitty documentary anyway if it ends with the whole flock dying in a big ditch while 3 guys watch and let it happen.
I always thought film crews were under strict instructions not to interfere with nature?
Plot Twist : they put them there. Profit.