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Steve Backshall shows us Nature's Greatest Dancers

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He's wild about animals and we know he can salsa after seeing him dance on Strictly Come Dancing.

Now CBBC presenter Steve Backshall is mixing his two favourite things together in a new series called Nature's Greatest Dancers.

It shows us the weird and wonderful ways different species move.

He says he's got lots of competition on the dance floor from some really wild animals like the Kagu - a crested, long-legged, and bluish-grey bird found in the dense mountain forests of New Caledonia.

Hot on it's heels are the Mudskippers, a type of fish that has adapted to living mostly on land.

There are 34 species of mudskippers and they're found in the coastal waters of Pacific and Indian Ocean.