First transmitted in 1961, David Attenborough continues his search for the rare animals of Madagascar and finds ant lions, giant moths, mud wasps and several kinds of lemur, some of which he brings to the studio.
He watches flamingos and helps remove poachers' traps, which have been set to catch brown lemurs.
Sir David Attenborough - The Early Years
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