Get a glimpse of the new and exclusive David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities.
Producer Stephen Dunleavy on working with Sir David Attenborough.
Cameraman Rod Clarke on working with Sir David Attenborough.
A question and answer session with Sir David Attenborough.
The crew from Natural Curiosities talk about working with Sir David Attenborough.
Sir David Attenborough chats to a tawny owl during filming of the second series.
The mystery of the painted lady butterfly migration confused naturalists for years.
Sir David Attenborough talks about the history of swift and swallow migration.
Could the hyaenas adult physiology explain their complex sexual behaviour?
Male seahorses really are a fish like no other, keeping their young in a special pouch.
No bird nest matches the complex intricacy of the weaver birds exquisite creation.
Spider silk is the toughest natural material known to man.
Wood frogs can withstand the closest thing to death without actually dying.
Electric eels were a sensation when they were first brought to this country!
Plants are able to utilise electric fields to attract pollinating insects.
The discovery of a new powerfully built ape fuelled stories of savage beasts.
A vampire bat feeds on the blood of a pig after opening a wound in its leg.
The death's head hawkmoth may look freakish but it prefers to slip by unnoticed.
Cuckoos trick other birds into raising their young for them. But how?!
Just how are owls able to turn their head almost all the way round?
What kind of animal would wrestle a sperm whale in the deep?
Aphids reproduce like tiny Russian dolls with multiple generations inside each individual.
Behind the scenes with the chameleons and expert Rob Pilley.
More behind the scenes with the chameleons and chameleon expert Rob Pilley.
Dr Chris Faulkes talks us through the magnificent naked mole rat.
Researcher Joe Tuck talks about filming bees for the episode Young Wrinklies.
A long spiral tooth sticking out the front of your face must be quite cumbersome.
Counterintuitively, the zebra's stripes acted as camouflage on Victorian England streets.
Sir David Attenborough on what to expect from the series.
How did a female Komodo dragon give birth when she had never had contact with a male?
The thick, folded skin of the rhinoceros looks almost like armour plating.
The hedgehogs spiky armour would put off any prospective mother-to-be.
Would a study of emperor penguins reveal an evolutionary link to dinosaurs?
Who would have thought that naked mole rats would have something in common with termites?
Singing animals? We'll let our stars impress you with what shows we have coming up.
Eden's Charlie Williams chats to Sir David about his series.