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David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

W 2013

Sir David shines the spotlight on some of nature’s evolutionary anomalies and reveals how these curious animals continue to baffle and fascinate.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities

#1 - Episode 7

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Season 4 - Episode 7

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#2 - Episode 8

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Season 4 - Episode 8

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#3 - Episode 9

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Season 4 - Episode 9

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#4 - Episode 10

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Season 4 - Episode 10

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David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities - S3E2

#5 - Curious Minds

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Season 3 - Episode 2

Orangutans can use tools but such skills remained undiscovered for centuries. They were considered as just clever mimics until discovery in remote Sumatran swamps revealed their true potential. Clever crows also make surprisingly sophisticated tools. How have the curious minds of these two animals helped them become so inventive?

The episode was rated from 23 votes.

David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities - S4E5
#6 - Incredible Shells
7.45
Season 4 - Episode 5

David Attenborough investigates two shells that have proved to be winners in evolution: the bird’s shell and the hard shell of the tortoise. The ostrich egg is so strong it’s possible for a person to stand on it without it breaking – how does the chick break out of this fortress? The evolution of the tortoise shell was for a long time a mystery and this bony box offers a lot more than just protection.

The episode was rated from 11 votes.
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities - S4E4
#7 - Curious Counters
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Season 4 - Episode 4

Can animals count? This is a question that has intrigued and fooled investigators for a long time. Just over a hundred years ago, a German horse called Hans was declared a mathematical genius but all was not as it seemed. And strangely, some bamboos around the world flower exactly at the same no matter where they are – are they counting down the years?

The episode was rated from 13 votes.
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities - S3E3
#8 - Expandable Bodies
7.48
Season 3 - Episode 3

The bodies of some animals stretch and shrink in extraordinary ways. The anaconda can swallow prey twice its own body size - and then wait for over a year until their next meal. The camel’s curious hump can almost double in weight giving it the energy to travel huge distances across deserts. What is the secret behind these expandable bodies?

The episode was rated from 23 votes.
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities - S3E6
#9 - Remarkable Regeneration
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Season 3 - Episode 6

Salamanders can regenerate entire legs and tails to replace ones they have lost, while deer shed their massive antlers and re-grow them from a few remaining cells each year. How do these creatures regenerate entire body parts and why is it not possible for all animals to do the same?

The episode was rated from 11 votes.
David Attenborough's Natural Curiosities - S3E5
#10 - Curious Cures
7.67
Season 3 - Episode 5

Humans are not alone in using medicines against injuries and infection. Some animals protect themselves with natural remedies in the most extraordinary ways. Hippos produce a blood-red “sweat” that acts as a sunblock and helps fight infections, while capuchin monkeys rub themselves with insect-repellent leaves to protect against insect bites.

The episode was rated from 21 votes.

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