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Life in the Undergrowth - I don't know how it works in nature...

Posted on: April 13, 2006 | Views: 72 | Comment

Cicadas approach the climax of their lives - with an aurally insane mating call.

By getting up close and personal with Life in the Undergrowth, this extraordinary BBC series sets a new standard of excellence in wildlife cinematography. Hosted by veteran nature expert David Attenborough and utilizing the latest advances in macro photography, the five-part series is dedicated to bugs of all shapes and sizes, from microscopic gnats to cave-dwelling millipedes so large they can capture bats in mid-flight and feast for hours! 

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mating call • bugs • insects • bbc