Meat delivers more energy, but birds hunting it require strength, skill and deadly precision. Presented by David Attenborough.
The first three months are when animal babies rapidly get to grips with their family.
Flying requires plenty of fuel. Here are the grazing birds, the seed eaters, the nectar feeders and the insectivores. Presented by David Attenborough.
How are we able to perform complex tasks without consciously thinking about them and what is gut instinct? Morgan Freeman finds out.
Perfecting the art of flying, from high speed hunting to astonishing manoeuvres, from short hops to incredible long hauls. Presented by David Attenborough.
Feathers are the key to birds' success as masters of the skies. But some birds abandoned flight in a bid to take over the Earth as well. Presented by David Attenborough.
David Attenborough presents the biggest ever wildlife series devoted to mammals. The natural world was transformed when one great ape began to walk upright - us. But why has this led to the development of our extraordinary brains?
David Attenborough presents the biggest ever wildlife series devoted to mammals. Tonight, in the daily hubbub of monkey life, only those with a talent for social wheeling and dealing get ahead, driving the shift towards larger brains.
David Attenborough presents the biggest ever wildlife series devoted to mammals. Tonight, a range of adaptations from sucker-feet to gripping tails help tree dwelling mammals survive, and in the dark forest super senses come into play.
Huge amounts of water in the Moons poles has encouraged NASA and the European Space Agency, ESA, to lead projects designed to let us settle in distant and harsh environments such as the Moon. Projects are now under way such as the ESA's MoonVillage, which might be a first step in the exploration of Mars, as it would also act as a 'pit stop'. However, in order to live on the Moon, this episode explores the difficulties we face, including low gravity, lack of atmosphere, extreme temperatures, and chances of meteor impacts. This episode uses stunning CGI and archive to explore.
David Attenborough presents the biggest ever wildlife series devoted to mammals. Tonight, with perfect streamlined bodies and great underwater speed, seals, dolphins, porpoises and whales became the new hunters of the sea.
David Attenborough presents the biggest ever wildlife series devoted to mammals. Tonight, mammals capable of having a varied diet can be highly adaptable and exploit new environments including cities, where they thrive.
David Attenborough looks at meat eaters - the hunter and the hunted. Speed, endurance and an ability to manoeuvre have helped these mammals to outwit each other and occupy their own niches.
David Attenborough explores the natural world of mammals. Chisel sharp incisors: from the agoutis of Panama, which chew through the toughest surface as if it was butter, to beavers which fell massive tress with their front teeth.
David Attenborough with the most diverse group of animals on earth. The creatures that eat plants rather than animals are some of the biggest predators on earth. Their prey can be heavily armoured, indigestible and even poisonous.
David Attenborough introduces the most diverse group of animals on earth. Insect eating mammals have thrived since the advent of mammals. Included in this success story are musk shrews, hedgehogs, anteaters, armadillos and bats.
The warm blooded, furry, mammalian body, in all its variations, really is a winning design. Sir David Attenborough introduces the most diverse group of animals on earth, all uniquely adapted to local environmental conditions.
The aftermath of the devastating fire has left a blackened smoking wasteland, but rain soon brings hope to the scorched earth.
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