This fascinating and revealing series investigates every aspect of the lives of the often-misunderstood species - cats. This episode, the world's top cat experts investigate the secret lives of cats to reveal how they communicate with friends, with foes and with us.
The second episode of this unique scientific study reveals the wild side of pet cats. Using GPS trackers and cat cameras, they show how these felines transform from pampered pet to purring predator as soon as they leave the cat flap.
Aloof. Disdainful. Vicious. Or friendly, fluffy balls of fur who just want to be loved. Opinions on cats tend to differ though one thing is sure - they occupy a very special place in the hearts of many. But how much do we really know about them? Making use of the latest bespoke technology, this fascinating and revealing series investigates every aspect of the lives of this often-misunderstood species.
A new way of showing how maths is used in the real world to help create a sustainable future. Stefan Gates meets people using maths to find innovative solutions to the ecological challenges of our age.
Insects and spiders. How much do the two have in common? Both are part of a group called arthropods: invertebrates which have an exoskeleton (external skeletal system) but no backbone. Plus, Lee travels to a butterfly sanctuary to discover why butterflies and moths have the wing patterns they do. Entomology (the study of insects) is explained in a way accessible for senior primary and junior high school students.