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  • Stretched To The Limit

    Sir David Attenborough looks at some amazing quirks of evolution. This time, we focus on the giraffe's neck and the chameleon's tongue.

  • A Curious Hoax?

    The great Sir David Attenborough reveals nature's evolutionary anomalies. Here he looks at the platypus and the curious case of the male midwife toad.

  • Young Wrinklies

    Sir David Attenborough examines amazing animals. A look at two creatures with very wrinkly skin: the mole rat and the elephant.

  • A Curious Twist

    Sir David Attenborough lauds nature's oddities. A look at the tusk of the narwhal and the spiral shells found on snails and ammonites.

  • Seeing The Pattern

    Sir David Attenborough looks at nature's most amazing animals. He focuses on the zebra's stripes and the wings of the butterfly.

  • Virgin Births

    Much-loved broadcaster Sir David Attenborough reveals more of nature's most amazing animals. Looking at the way female Komodo dragons and aphids reproduce.

  • Armoured Animals

    Sir David Attenborough tells us about some amazing animals. Here the focus is on the rhino and the hedgehog.

  • Life in the Dark

    Sir David Attenborough looks at nature's most amazing animals. In this episode it is the giant squid and owls.

  • Curious Imposters

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most extraordinary creatures. Looking at cuckoos and the way the death's-head hawkmoth steals honey.

  • Bad Reputations

    Sir David Attenborough explores the most intriguing animals. Here he looks at vampire bats and gorillas.

  • Expandable Bodies

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. This episode looks at the expandable bodies of anacondas and camels.

  • Curious Feeders

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. A look at some species with unusual styles of consuming food.

  • Curious Cures

    David Attenborough examines more creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. A look at some species with remarkable healing properties.

  • Remarkable Regeneration

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. A look at some species with remarkable regenerative powers.

  • Shocking Senses

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on an array of animals that baffle and fascinate. We learn about how naturalists found out some eels were electric!

  • Life on Ice

    Sir David Attenborough shares secrets of the natural world. Here he looks at the wood frog and the emperor penguin.

  • Spinners and Weavers

    The evergreen Sir David Attenborough weaves another tale of wonder as he salutes nature's most intricate structures, from spiders' webs to birds' nests.

  • Strange Parents

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. Sir David looks at female hyaenas and explains why male seahorses give birth.

  • Magical Appearances

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. This episode looks at the significance of large eyes in owls and giant squid.

  • Impossible Feats

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have baffled us for centuries. This episode looks at how fleas jump and tracks the true speed of a cheetah.

  • Curious Minds

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have baffled us for centuries. This episode looks at two animals that use tools, orangutans and crows.

Episode guide

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Series 1

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

  • Stretched To The Limit

    Sir David Attenborough looks at some amazing quirks of evolution. This time, we focus on the giraffe's neck and the chameleon's tongue.

  • A Curious Hoax?

    The great Sir David Attenborough reveals nature's evolutionary anomalies. Here he looks at the platypus and the curious case of the male midwife toad.

  • Young Wrinklies

    Sir David Attenborough examines amazing animals. A look at two creatures with very wrinkly skin: the mole rat and the elephant.

  • A Curious Twist

    Sir David Attenborough lauds nature's oddities. A look at the tusk of the narwhal and the spiral shells found on snails and ammonites.

  • Seeing The Pattern

    Sir David Attenborough looks at nature's most amazing animals. He focuses on the zebra's stripes and the wings of the butterfly.

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Series 2

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

  • Virgin Births

    Much-loved broadcaster Sir David Attenborough reveals more of nature's most amazing animals. Looking at the way female Komodo dragons and aphids reproduce.

  • Life on Ice

    Sir David Attenborough shares secrets of the natural world. Here he looks at the wood frog and the emperor penguin.

  • Life in the Dark

    Sir David Attenborough looks at nature's most amazing animals. In this episode it is the giant squid and owls.

  • Bad Reputations

    Sir David Attenborough explores the most intriguing animals. Here he looks at vampire bats and gorillas.

  • Armoured Animals

    Sir David Attenborough tells us about some amazing animals. Here the focus is on the rhino and the hedgehog.

  • Curious Imposters

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most extraordinary creatures. Looking at cuckoos and the way the death's-head hawkmoth steals honey.

  • Shocking Senses

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on an array of animals that baffle and fascinate. We learn about how naturalists found out some eels were electric!

  • Spinners and Weavers

    The evergreen Sir David Attenborough weaves another tale of wonder as he salutes nature's most intricate structures, from spiders' webs to birds' nests.

  • Magical Appearances

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. This episode looks at the significance of large eyes in owls and giant squid.

  • Strange Parents

    Sir David Attenborough shines the spotlight on nature's most amazing animals. Sir David looks at female hyaenas and explains why male seahorses give birth.

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

Series 3

Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

  • Impossible Feats

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have baffled us for centuries. This episode looks at how fleas jump and tracks the true speed of a cheetah.

  • Curious Minds

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have baffled us for centuries. This episode looks at two animals that use tools, orangutans and crows.

  • Expandable Bodies

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. This episode looks at the expandable bodies of anacondas and camels.

  • Curious Feeders

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. A look at some species with unusual styles of consuming food.

  • Curious Cures

    David Attenborough examines more creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. A look at some species with remarkable healing properties.

  • Remarkable Regeneration

    David Attenborough examines creatures that have fascinated us for centuries. A look at some species with remarkable regenerative powers.