- 07 March 2011
- David Attenborough
- 86 minutes
Sir David Attenborough narrates this fascinating nature documentary series which profiles the variety of different species that live on the island of Madagascar Because of its distance away from the African continent Madagascar remained undiscovered for many years and its isolation from man has allowed it to become a hot bed of evolution This series examines the various different animals and plants that are indigenous to Madagascar and the reason which set it apart from anywhere else on the planet
David Attenborough narrates this BBC nature series exploring the diverse and rare wildlife, as well as the dramatic landscapes, of Madagascar. Using the latest in filming technology, the series tells the story of Madagascar's extraordinary wildlife, including frogs that turn yellow when they're ready to mate, wasps that snatch tadpoles from tree-nests, fish that swim upside down and the bizarre sexual habits of the tiniest chameleon in the world.
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