David Attenborough’s First Life
In the fifty years that Sir David Attenborough has been broadcasting, he has travelled far and wide to document the living world in all its glory. In this series, David Attenborough’s First Life, he completes his journey by travelling back in time, to the roots of the Tree of Life, in search of the very first animals to exist.
Attenborough has an interesting point to start with his journey none other than his own native childhood home in Leicester, which helped him further by discovering a fossil and that became a turning point in the evolution of complex life. Attenborough continued his journey to fog bound coastline of Newfoundland and the Australian outback, there he unearths the earliest forms of animal life to exist on Earth.
His journey further to Canada Rocky Mountains helped him to get more knowledge about the animal diversity. But all these findings became less important when he travelled through North Africa, the rain forests of Australia and the east coast of Scotland, because it gave him a deeper idea about how these animals were successful in invading the ocean, not only that, land and air too.
State of the art technology and photo-realistic visual effects help bring to life these wonderful and bizarre creatures. These creatures, from the first animal form that moved to the first mouths that ate, have developed tools and traits to enable them, including us, to survive to this day.
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