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The Life of Mammals

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2009-01-02 08:30:00
10/10. Food for Thought: David Attenborough concludes his documentary series with a programme about the similarities and differences between humans and other mammals.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2009-01-01 08:30:00
9/10. Social Climbers: David Attenborough looks at monkeys from around the world, including red howler monkeys, capuchin monkeys in the Costa Rican swamps, and guenons in West Africa.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2008-12-31 08:30:00
8/10. Life in the Trees: David Attenborough continues his nature series. In this episode, he studies tree dwellers - mammals adapted to life at height, such as the hyrax and tamanduas.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2008-12-30 08:30:00
7/10. Return To The Water: David Attenborough continues his major documentary series with a look at marine mammals that have returned to the sea - from sea otters to the blue whale.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2008-12-25 08:30:00
4/10. Chisellers: David Attenborough looks at rodents, who possess incisor teeth with chisel-sharp enamel. Among the animals observed are the agouti, the beaver and the capybara.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2008-12-24 08:30:00
3/10. Plant Predators: Documentary series. David Attenborough looks at some of the biggest predators on Earth, whose plant prey is armoured, indigestible and sometimes poisonous.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2008-12-23 08:30:00
2/10. Insect Hunters: Nature documentary series. David Attenborough meets moles that can swim through sand, a shrew that hunts underwater, and the world's strangest bat in New Zealand.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Two at 2008-12-22 08:30:00
1/10. A Winning Design: David Attenborough looks at why mammals are the world's most successful creatures. He visits Australia to study marsupials, and mammals that have wombs.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-07-14 20:00:00
10/10. Food for Thought. In the last in the series David Attenborough looks at the similarities and differences between humans and other mammals. Some upsetting scenes.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-07-14 19:00:00
10/10. Food for Thought. In the last in the series David Attenborough looks at the similarities and differences between humans and other mammals. Some upsetting scenes.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-07-07 20:00:00
9/10. Social Climbers: David Attenborough looks at monkeys all over the world: Venezuelan red howler monkeys; capuchin monkeys in the Costa Rican swamps; and West African guenon monkeys.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-07-07 19:00:00
9/10. Social Climbers: David Attenborough looks at monkeys all over the world: Venezuelan red howler monkeys; capuchin monkeys in the Costa Rican swamps; and West African guenon monkeys.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-30 20:00:00
8/10. Life in the Trees: David Attenborough studies tree-dwelling mammals. The hyrax, tamanduas and flying squirrel have all developed different ways of adapting to their environment.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-30 19:00:00
8/10. Life in the Trees: David Attenborough studies tree-dwelling mammals. The hyrax, tamanduas and flying squirrel have all developed different ways of adapting to their environment.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-23 21:00:00
7/10. Return to the Water: David Attenborough looks at marine mammals that have returned to the sea during the evolutionary process, from sea otters to manatees and the blue whale.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-23 20:00:00
7/10. Return to the Water: David Attenborough looks at marine mammals that have returned to the sea during the evolutionary process, from sea otters to manatees and the blue whale.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-16 20:00:00
6/10. Opportunists: David Attenborough sees how omnivorous mammals adapt to different environments, from foxes hoarding food to the ubiquitous brown rat.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-16 19:00:00
6/10. Opportunists: David Attenborough sees how omnivorous mammals adapt to different environments, from foxes hoarding food to the ubiquitous brown rat.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-09 20:00:00
5/10. Meat Eaters: David Attenborough views carnivorous animals from arctic foxes who cache food for winter, through pack-hunting wolves to the frozen North to witness the Siberian tiger.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-09 19:00:00
5/10. Meat Eaters: David Attenborough views carnivorous animals from arctic foxes who cache food for winter, through pack-hunting wolves to the frozen North to witness the Siberian tiger.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-02 20:00:00
4/10. Chisellers: David Attenborough looks at rodents, including the agouti, a terrier-sized rodent that can bite through rock-hard shells and capybara, the largest rodent in the world.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-06-02 19:00:00
4/10. Chisellers: David Attenborough looks at rodents, including the agouti, a terrier-sized rodent that can bite through rock-hard shells and capybara, the largest rodent in the world.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-05-26 19:00:00
3/10. Plant Predators: David Attenborough looks at the animals that rely on plants to survive and the weapons they use against each other.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-05-26 18:00:00
3/10. Plant Predators: David Attenborough looks at the animals that rely on plants to survive and the weapons they use against each other.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-05-19 20:00:00
2/10. Insect Hunters: David Attenborough looks at the mammals that hunt insects, seeing moles that can swim through sand, a shrew that hunts underwater and the world's strangest bat.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-05-19 19:00:00
2/10. Insect Hunters: David Attenborough looks at the mammals that hunt insects, seeing moles that can swim through sand, a shrew that hunts underwater and the world's strangest bat.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-05-12 20:00:00
1/10. A Winning Design: David Attenborough looks at why mammals are the most successful creatures on Earth, visiting Australia and South America to study the lives of marsupials and mammals.

> The Life of Mammals on BBC Four at 2008-05-12 19:00:00
1/10. A Winning Design: David Attenborough looks at why mammals are the most successful creatures on Earth, visiting Australia and South America to study the lives of marsupials and mammals.

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