Ask AttenboroughDavid Attenborough carried out a live Q&A session online.
Read Sir David's responses to your questions
Africa on the radioDirector Felicity Egerton, producer Simon Blakeney and camera operators Alex Lanchester and Justine Evans have all been interviewed for BBC radio.
Listen to the interviews here:
Recording the Africa soundtrack
The music for Africa was recorded using a live orchestra.
Bioluminescence: lighting up the natural world
A luminous fungus that illuminates the forest floor has been filmed for the first time, but why does nature put on this light show?
'Monster' bird reveals dark side
'Prehistoric-looking' shoebill chicks demonstrate aggressive sibling behaviour for the first time on film.
Getting the perfect wildlife shot"Remotely operated HD cameras can go where we cannot. We used them with lions in the Serengeti, with shoebills in Zambia and with a massive five metre long python in Uganda."
Read series producer James Honeyborne's TV blog post
African wildlife on BBC NatureAfrica straddles the equator which bestows a rich diversity of wildlife and landscapes on the world's second largest continent. Large predators roam the sweeping savannas among huge herds of grazing herbivores, while apes, monkeys and snakes inhabit its dark, dense forests.
Explore the beauty of African wildlife in this video collection
Discover the rich diversity of wildlife and landscapes of Africa
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