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Life in the Undergrowth

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2007-08-27 23:00:00
Invasion of the Land: Part of 100 Years of Wildlife Films, David Attenborough reveals how animals first left the seas to colonize the land over 400 million years ago.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2007-08-27 22:00:00
Invasion of the Land: Part of 100 Years of Wildlife Films, David Attenborough reveals how animals first left the seas to colonize the land over 400 million years ago.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC One at 2006-03-09 01:05:00
5/5. Supersocieties: Sir David Attenborough looks at how some invertebrates overcome the limitation of their size, by banding together in huge numbers to create a 'super-organism'.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC One at 2006-03-02 01:25:00
Intimate Relations: David Attenborough explores the intimate relations between the tiny creatures of the undergrowth and the plants they live amongst.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC One at 2006-02-23 01:30:00
The Silk Spinners: Silk is the secret weapon of the undergrowth. From the protective stalks of lacewing eggs, to the hanging threads of glow-worms, insects use it in a variety of ways.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC One at 2006-02-16 01:20:00
Taking to the Air: From the stunning aerobatics of hoverflies in a Bristol garden, to the mass migration of purple crow butterflies in Taiwan, this film tells the story of winged insects.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC One at 2006-02-09 01:40:00
Invasion of the Land: Sir David Attenborough reveals how animals first left the seas to colonize the land over 400 million years ago.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2006-01-31 19:00:00
5/5. Supersocieties: Sir David Attenborough looks at how some invertebrates overcome the limitation of their size, by banding together in huge numbers to create a 'super-organism'.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2006-01-24 19:00:00
4/5. Intimate Relations: David Attenborough explores the intimate relations between the tiny creatures of the undergrowth and the plants they live amongst.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2006-01-17 19:00:00
3/5. The Silk Spinners: Silk is the secret weapon of the undergrowth. From the protective stalks of lacewing eggs, to the hanging threads of glow-worms, insects use it in a variety of ways.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2006-01-10 19:00:00
2/5. Taking to the Air: From the stunning aerobatics of hoverflies in a Bristol garden, to the mass migration of purple crow butterflies in Taiwan, this film tells the story of winged insects.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2006-01-03 19:00:00
1/5. Invasion of the Land: Sir David Attenborough reveals how animals first left the seas to colonize the land over 400 million years ago.

> Life in the Undergrowth on BBC Four at 2006-01-03 19:00:00
1/4. Invasion of the Land: Sir David Attenborough reveals how animals first left the seas to colonize the land over 400 million years ago.

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