Twenty thousand years ago, the Earth was in the freezing Ice Age, a period of sustained low temperature in the Earthˇ¦s climate. At that time, large areas of the northern and southern hemispheres were blanketed by glaciers several kilometres thick while animals and humans lived in the warmer equatorial regions.
Over the past few decades, as scientists continue to unearth fossils of gigantic Ice Age animals such as the woolly mammoth, which was almost as big as the modern African elephant, and find cave drawings left by our ancestors, we have a better understanding of the ecological environments, climatic changes and human life then. Lyuba, the mummified baby woolly mammoth recently found in Siberia, is the most intact mammoth ever found and it helps us know more about the ecology and habits of mammoths. Through these discoveries, we have a more profound understanding of the Ice Age.
Using state-of-the-art animation technology, the new Omnimax Show ˇ§Titans of the Ice Ageˇ¨ brings the audience to the frigid Ice Age twenty thousand years ago to admire the beautiful scenery of majestic glaciers and vast expanses of grasslands. We shall roam across extensive grasslands with ancient giants like mammoths and saber-toothed cats. Whilst entering the caves of mankind, we would be amazed at how they used their wisdom to survive the chilly winter.