The Life of Mammals

TV Show (2003)

The Life of Mammals
David Attenborough, celebrating 50 years on British television, offers an insight into mammals : the most successful animals on the planet. His journey takes him from some of the warmest to some of the coldest environments in the world as he encounters a wide range of species
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Latest Episodes

  • Season 1 Episode 10: Food for Thought

    David Attenborough explores the startling similarities between humans and great apes, meeting an orang-utan able to row boats and wash clothes and a gorilla that can communicate using sign language. He also traces the history of human settlement and considers the future of population control and food production. Last in the series

  • Season 1 Episode 9: Social Climbers

    David Attenborough looks at vibrantly coloured monkeys in Venezuela, Costa Rica and West Africa. He encounters the red howler, which boasts one of the loudest calls in the wild, a capuchin that uses a tree as an anvil, the guenon, which communicates via facial expression, and the ground-dwelling gelada baboon

  • Season 1 Episode 8: Life in the Trees

    David Attenborough profiles the tree-dwellers of the animal kingdom, as primates, bats and squirrels perform complicated manoeuvres in the branches of the world's forests. Whether aided by sharp claws, webbed feet or gripping tails, these animals play a complicated game of survival with predators lurking below, ready to make a meal of those who fail to stay aloft

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