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Life in Colour

 

BBC announces brand new series presented by David Attenborough

Life In Colour, made by Bristol-based Humble Bee Films and Sydney-based SeaLight Pictures, will explore the many ways animals use colour throughout their lives. Colour plays a vital role in the daily interactions of many species, but the colour we can see tells only part of the story. Using new cameras built specifically for this series, Life In Colour will reveal a world of colour normally invisible to human eyes.

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Coming soon 

New documentary hopes to discover extinct Northern White Rhinos

I am extremely excited to be involved in this search for this majestic and beautiful species - if we succeed it gives us a second chance to save the northern white rhino, a win in the war against reckless poaching, and fresh hope for the people of South Sudan.

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Channel 4

Secret Safari: Into The Wild

Kenya's breath-taking conservancy, Ol Pejeta is one of the last remaining untamed places on Earth, and it’s the setting for this brand-new six-part series taking you on an intimate journey into the lives of an incredible cast of 13,000 wild animal characters. For the first time, their stories are told through the eyes of those who know them best – a team of dedicated rangers who live and work side by side with the animals they help protect. 

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DOPCamera: Sony FS7,Rig: Ronin2 and black harm, Kenya

BBC Earth

One third of baby gorillas don't survive infancy - but luckily, this baby gorilla managed to survive her fall.

Animal Babies: First Year On Earth Remarkable behaviour. Emotional stories. Scientific revelations. First Year on Earth follows the dramatic lives of six baby animals as they grow up and experience their first 12 months in the wild. A baby mountain gorilla navigates the labyrinth of the forest. A young elephant learns how to tell friend from foe. And a litter of Arctic fox cubs race to become self-sufficient before the cruel winter closes in. With intimate access and expert knowledge, this series casts a new light on the worlds of animal infants, troops and clans – and how human actions are shaping the challenges they face

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BBC Earth

When do Gorillas learn to beat their chest, and why do they do it?

Welcome to BBC EARTH! The world is an amazing place full of stories, beauty and natural wonder. Here you'll find 50 years worth of entertaining and thought-provoking natural history content. Dramatic, rare, and exclusive, nature doesn't get more exciting than this.

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Camera: Red HeliumVirunga.

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BBC one PRIMATES

 

Even silverbacks have a soft side

Silverback gorillas are huge and intimidating - but they don't always get the respect they deserve from their offspring! Despite their reputation, they are very tolerant fathers!

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