Sir David Attenborough delves into the marvellous world of the undergrowth, uncovering mysterious creatures and wonderful behaviour unlike anything else in the animal kingdom.
Sir David Attenborough turns his gaze onto some of earth's smaller creatures.
Life in the Undergrowth explores the creepy crawly side of life.
Nigel Marven shows us how to capture great shots of tiny creatures.
Aphids reproduce like tiny Russian dolls with multiple generations inside each individual.
What kind of animal would wrestle a sperm whale in the deep?
The death's head hawkmoth may look freakish but it prefers to slip by unnoticed.
Spider silk is the toughest natural material known to man.
Painted ladies are a popular butterfly, which undergoes a curious relay migration.
Even if your an arachnophobe spiders are still a remarkable animal!
Death's head hawkmoths may be pretty startling to us but they're almost invisible to bees.