Wildlife documentary. David Attenborough reveals how the unique and bizarre wildlife of the Galapagos Islands is adapting to a human revolution.
From enormous tortoises and deep-diving lizards to fish-eating snakes and birds that hunt giant venomous centipedes, the wildlife of the world-famous Galapagos Islands is unique and bizarre. This wilderness once inspired Charles Darwin's theory of evolution, but it is currently undergoing a human revolution, with tourism driving a population boom.
David Attenborough narrates this modern-day story of the Galapagos and reveals whether, in this ever-changing world, its animals can still thrive.
Timings (where shown) are from the start of the programme in hours and minutes
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|Series Editor||Roger Webb|