Sir David Attenborough discovers how squids and owls have managed to maximise their vision - especially in the dark. Also, discover some amazing animals which have become masters of disguise.
Sir David Attenborough examines nature's curiosities in the unusual ways in which Komodo dragons and aphids reproduce and also how hedgehogs and rhinos have developed protective kins.
The unique features of the single spiral tusk of the narwhal has inspired tales of unicorns, and the twist of the snail shell has delighted and fascinated naturalists and artists since the dawn of civilisation.
Sir David Attenborough looks at two examples of animal patterns and colours that have bedazzled and baffled scientists for long time, and uses modern tools to unlock their secrets.
David Attenborough explores how gorillas and bats had frightening reputations when first discovered. Then, plants and animals have some curious super senses that we find hard to fathom.
David Attenborough explores the remarkable adaptations of Emperor Penguins and Marsh Frogs. Plus, nature's inventiveness is highlighted in the artistry of weaving and the unique properties of silk.
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