In TV & Radiofollow-up:
Invertebrates. For every one of us, there are 200 million of them.
David Attenborough reveals the amazing stories behind these tiny lives.
Undergrowth top ten
Watch video clips of the most amazing moments from the series, as chosen by the programme makers.
The science behind the series
How do insects fly? Why do cicadas spend so long underground? How do insects breathe underwater? Find out with the Open University.
Life on Air
Explore David Attenborough's extraordinary career from his passion for fossils to his amazing contribution to natural history film-making.
Insect tricks of survival
How have insects become the most successful creatures on the planet? Discover how they have adapted and where to look for real life examples.
Fascinating facts about many of the animals from the series from insects to snails, spiders and crustaceans.
For a free insect activity wallplanner from The Open University order online.
First shown November 2005
Programme 1Invasion Of The Land
Programme 2Taking To The Air
Programme 3The Silk Spinners
Programme 4Intimate Relations
Interview with Sir David
David Attenborough talks to Simon Mayo - listen again.
Listen in, on BBC News.
The Invertebrate Conservation Trust.
National Insect Week
Find your local insect group plus activites and events.