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Life In Cold Blood 
A Life In Cold Blood: Sir David Attenborough and Marine Iguanas (Amblyrhynchus Cristatus)

Life In Cold Blood



TV firsts


  • A rattlesnake hunting in the wild

  • Footage of a snake jumping

  • The gecko that milks its own insect "cows"

  • Salamanders defending their eggs

  • Baby blue-tongued skinks in their bird like nest

  • A mating orgy of sea turtles involving six rivals attacking a mating pair

  • The last Panamanian golden frog waving in the wild

  • A pygmy leaf chameleon feeding and a dwarf chameleon giving birth

  • The Caecilian, a worm like amphibian, allowing her young to feast on her skin

  • Australian marsupial frog – tadpoles climbing into pouches and father "giving birth" to froglets

  • Mother caiman leading her crèche of babies to safety

  • Extreme slow motion (by over 80 times) of chameleons feeding

  • Technicolour thermal imagery of marine iguanas revealing how they power their dives

 


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