Life in the Air

Series 1
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Series 1, Episode 3 - Crowded Skies

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Witness the world's fastest courtship display and a super-aggressive bird as we take to the skies. And learn how half a million birds avoid collision in the air.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 2 - Masters of the Sky

4.0 0 x
The focus is on powered flight as we learn how more animals beat gravity. See peregrine falcons reach speeds of 200 miles an hour and bats dominating the sky.
1:00:00

Series 1, Episode 1 - Defying Gravity

3.0 2 x
How do animals conquer gravity to master life in the skies? Witness a caracal's 'rocket-propelled' launch in Africa and an insect's extreme ejector seat in the UK.
1:00:00

Crowded Skies (S1E3)

3.0 2 x
Witness the world's fastest courtship display and a super-aggressive bird as we take to the skies. And learn how half a million birds avoid collision in the air.
1:00:00

Masters of the Sky (S1E2)

4.0 7 x
The focus is on powered flight as we learn how more animals beat gravity. See peregrine falcons reach speeds of 200 miles an hour and bats dominating the sky.
1:00:00

Defying Gravity (S1E1)

3.0 4 x
How do animals conquer gravity to master life in the skies? Witness a caracal's 'rocket-propelled' launch in Africa and an insect's extreme ejector seat in the UK.
1:00:00

Crowded Skies (S1E3)

3.0 3 x
Witness the world's fastest courtship display and a super-aggressive bird as we take to the skies. And learn how half a million birds avoid collision in the air.
1:00:00

Masters of the Sky (S1E2)

3.0 8 x
The focus is on powered flight as we learn how more animals beat gravity. See peregrine falcons reach speeds of 200 miles an hour and bats dominating the sky.
1:00:00

Defying Gravity (S1E1)

4.0 6 x
How do animals conquer gravity to master life in the skies? Witness a caracal's 'rocket-propelled' launch in Africa and an insect's extreme ejector seat in the UK.
1:00:00

Crowded Skies (S1E3)

3.0 2 x
Witness the world's fastest courtship display and a super-aggressive bird as we take to the skies. And learn how half a million birds avoid collision in the air.
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