Life in the Undergrowth (TV Mini-Series 2005)

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David Attenborough's ground-breaking exploration of a group of organisms that are vast in number, yet often too small to be noticed: the invertebrates.


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5 June 2020 | StrictlyConfidential
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| Welcome To An Amazing, Miniature Universe That's Teeming With Insect Life
Believe me - After viewing this exceptionally well-presented nature documentary from the BBC - You will never, ever look at insects in the same way again.

Both highly educational and beautifully photographed - "Life In The Undergrowth" travels to various locations around the planet in order to reveal to the viewer the absolutely fantastic diversity that exists in the insect world..... Like - WOW!!

From the swamp-lands, to the deserts, to the rain-forests, to the grasslands, and beyond - This incredible presentation gives you a whole new perspective on these amazing critters who are clearly a very vital part of this planet's complex ecosystem.

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