Life in the Undergrowth

March 2019
1:00:00

Supersocieties (S1E5)

4.0 2 x
David Attenborough explores the fascinating world of the invertebrates. A look at life in an African termite mound, and a vast and complex bumblebee colony.
February 2019
1:00:00

Intimate Relations (S1E4)

3.0 3 x
David Attenborough presents another insight into nature's little wonders. Ever since they came onto land, creatures of the undergrowth have been forming alliances.
1:00:00

The Silk Spinners (S1E3)

3.0 3 x
Sir David Attenborough reveals more of the wonders of nature. Silk is the secret weapon of the undergrowth. Many creatures use it in an amazing variety of ways.
1:00:00

Taking to the Air (S1E2)

3.0 1 x
David Attenborough reveals more wonders of nature. The story of the winged insects, Earth's first flyers. Ultra-slow motion cameras reveal incredible flight skills.
1:00:00

Invasion of the Land (S1E1)

4.0 1 x
The esteemed David Attenborough reveals how animals first colonised the land over 400 million years ago. A look at a host of millipedes, slugs and worms.
October 2018
1:00:00

Supersocieties (S1E5)

3.0 3 x
David Attenborough explores the fascinating world of the invertebrates. A look at life in an African termite mound, and a vast and complex bumblebee colony.
1:00:00

Intimate Relations (S1E4)

4.0 2 x
David Attenborough presents another insight into nature's little wonders. Ever since they came onto land, creatures of the undergrowth have been forming alliances.
1:00:00

The Silk Spinners (S1E3)

4.0 3 x
Sir David Attenborough reveals more of the wonders of nature. Silk is the secret weapon of the undergrowth. Many creatures use it in an amazing variety of ways.
1:00:00

Taking to the Air (S1E2)

4.0 3 x
David Attenborough reveals more wonders of nature. The story of the winged insects, Earth's first flyers. Ultra-slow motion cameras reveal incredible flight skills.
November 2014
1:00:00

5. Supersocieties

Expired 3.0 14 x
It is easy to be dismissive of invertebrates because they often pass us by unnoticed due to their small size. Yet some invertebrates have overcome the limitation of their small size by banding together in huge numbers. Many of these societies are so finely tuned in the way they operate that it is as if they were a single b...
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