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.
Death's head hawkmoths may be pretty startling to us but they're almost invisible to bees.
Giant squid are enormous deep-sea cephalopods found throughout the world's oceans.
Aphids are small insects that can be found drinking sap on plants in gardens worldwide.
They may be spineless, but they're some of the hardiest creatures on Earth.
Arachnophile or arachnophobe? Maybe fear will drive you to do well in our fiendish quiz!
TV adventurer Bruce Parry tells Eden about his allergies.
Insects represent over half of all known living organisms.
Butterflies and moths are some of the most beautiful creatures on the planet.