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Life In The Undergrowth
David Attenborough with a giant mayfly (Palingenia longicauda) © József L. Szentpéteri

Life In The Undergrowth


DVD and Book

DVD: Life In The Undergrowth and The Life Collection


BBC DVD announces two new David Attenborough DVD releases, both available to buy on 5 December 2005.


Life In The Undergrowth, priced £24.99, is the fascinating new natural history series to be screened this autumn on BBC ONE, in which David turns his attention to one of the few groups of incredible creatures he has yet to tackle in depth – the invertebrates.


Life In The Undergrowth on DVD is a two-disc set, containing all five episodes from this series, and includes an interview with series producer Mike Salisbury.


Also released on 5 December is The Life Collection. A lavish 24-disc set, priced £169.99, it contains all eight of David's Life series to date, with material dating back as far as 1979.


A tribute to David’s life-long dedication to unearthing and exploring the many mysteries of the natural world, this set includes these universally acclaimed series: Life On Earth; Trials Of Life; Life In The Freezer; Private Life Of Plants; Life Of Birds; Life Of Mammals; The Living Planet; and David's new series, Life In The Undergrowth.


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Book: Life in the Undergrowth - David Attenborough


In Life in the Undergrowth, David Attenborough's new book and five part series for BBC ONE, he lifts the lid on a miniature universe that's living right beneath our feet.


In this seventh book in his Life series, David Attenborough, reveals how life on earth evolved, through the diverse and often extraordinary lives of the invertebrates.


Life in the Undergrowth is published 20 October 2005 by BBC Books, £20.


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