Sir David shines the spotlight on some of nature’s evolutionary anomalies and reveals how these curious animals continue to baffle and fascinate.
Sir David Attenborough reveals more of nature's most amazing animals. Looking at the way female Komodo dragons and aphids reproduce.
Sir David Attenborough tells us about some amazing animals. Focusing on the rhino and hedgehog, which have developed thick skin to protect them.
Sir David Attenborough looks at the eyes of squid and owls and how they've managed to maximise their vision.
In Curious Imposters we look at cuckoos and the way the death's-head hawkmoth steals honey.
In Bad Reputations, we’ll see how the gorilla and the vampire bat both gained frightening reputations when first discovered by explorers and scientists.
Plants and animals have some curious super senses that we find hard to fathom in our world of only five senses. We learn about how naturalists found out some eels were electric.
Emperor penguins and wood frogs have remarkable adaptations to survive the most challenging of conditions.
Nature's inventiveness is expertly highlighted in the artistry of weaving and the unique properties of silk.
Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. Looking at female hyaenas and why male seahorses give birth.