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The Unnatural History of London

Episode 14 of 14

A portrait of London's secret wildlife, from local badgers and foxes to more exotic species like pelicans and seals.

Seals, parakeets and even pelicans that eat pigeons have all made London their home. That's as well as badgers, foxes, scorpions, and pigeons that ride the tube. But even more wonderful are the people who love the exotic wildlife of our capital, from Billingsgate fish porters and Indian chefs to 'Crayfish Bob', who scours London's canals for Turkish invaders. This is a warm-hearted portrait of the world's greenest capital city and the Londoners who love its secret wildlife.

51 minutes

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Fri 1 Feb 2019 16:20

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Producer David Allen
Executive Producer Chris Cole
Series Editor Steve Greenwood

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