Nature's Microworlds

April 2019
29:00

Season 1, Episode 1 (Galapagos)

3.0 7 x
The Galapagos Archipelago is a small insignificant collection of islands over 600 miles from the nearest mainland continent and yet its history is linked forever with the forefront of scientific discovery.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 16 (The Secret To Their Success)

4.0 2 x
Totalling an estimated 10 million species, the insects and their close relatives are the most abundant and diverse group of animals in the world, so what is the secret to their success?
March 2019
29:00

Season 1, Episode 15 (Making Worlds)

3.0 0 x
Steve Backshall reveals the incredible influence that insects and their close relatives have on our planet's many ecosystems.
February 2019
29:00

Season 1, Episode 10 (Yellowstone)

2.5 13 x
In 1995 after an absence of 70 years, wolves were released back into Yellowstone National Park. Steve Backshall examines how the reintroduction of this apex predator has set off a cascade of events.
November 2018
29:00

Season 1, Episode 6 (Svalbard)

3.0 9 x
Steve Backshall takes a look at the archipelago of Svalbard in the Arctic Circle. He tries to unpick exactly how life can exist in such a cold dark place.
October 2018
29:00

Season 1, Episode 2 (Serengeti)

3.0 11 x
The Serengeti is a prolific wildlife destination, it is one of the most famous grasslands on Earth but it harbours a secret. Steve Backshall investigates to discover just what makes this ecosystem tick.
August 2018
29:00

Season 1, Episode 13 (Scottish Highlands)

3.0 5 x
Scottish Highlands are home to some of the most iconic British wildlife & considered one of the truly wild places in the UK. Since the Ice Age the Highland landscape has undergone a transformation. Narrated by Steve Backshall
May 2018
29:00

Season 1, Episode 5 (Okavango)

3.0 13 x
Steve Backshall narrates an investigation into what makes the Okavango such a diverse, wildlife rich place, and looks at how an inland delta can exist at all.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 11 (The Deep Sea)

3.0 35 x
Steve Backsall examines what's by far the largest ecosystem on our planet- the deep sea. From jellyfish with long tentacles & fish with headlights, it contains some of the most extraordinary & bizarre life forms on the planet
31:00

Season 1, Episode 9 (Namib Desert)

3.0 30 x
Discover the Namib Desert's key characters & the ingenious adaptations that allow them to cope with the harsh environment. Narrated by Steve Backshall.
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