The Life of Mammals

November 2018
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Food for Thought (S1E10)

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Esteemed broadcaster David Attenborough witnesses up close the startling similarities between great apes and human beings, as he encounters orangutans and chimps.
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Social Climbers (S1E9)

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David Attenborough continues his fascinating nature series. Here, he looks at a variety of monkeys from all over the world, including red howler monkeys in Venezuela.
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Life in the Trees (S1E8)

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David Attenborough's major series about some of the world's oddest animals. Here, a look at tree dwellers - mammals which have adapted to a life at height.
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Return to the Water (S1E7)

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David Attenborough gives us more incredible insight into the world of mammals. Here the focus is on animals that swim, such as seals, dolphins and even elephants.
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Opportunists (S1E6)

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World-spanning docu series about our closest animal relations. Zoological hero David Attenborough looks at omnivores - animals that eat whatever is around at the time.
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Meat Eaters (S1E5)

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Witness elusive animals on film in this stunning series filmed around the world. David Attenborough looks at carnivores, from arctic foxes to the Siberian tiger.
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Chisellers (S1E4)

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David Attenborough's focus switches to rodents, who possess incisor teeth with chisel-sharp enamel. Among the animals observed are the agouti, the beaver and the capybara.
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Plant Predators (S1E3)

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Stunning nature documentary series, filmed around the world over many years. Veteran broadcaster David Attenborough looks at some of the biggest predators on Earth.
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Insect Hunters (S1E2)

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David Attenborough's enthralling nature series. Learn about the mammals that hunt insects, creatures that once shared the planet with dinosaurs.
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A Winning Design (S1E1)

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David Attenborough reveals why mammals are the most successful creatures on the planet. Here he visits Australia and South America to study the lives of marsupials.
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