This is the last of the David Attenborough series of documentaries about the natural world and this sequel leaves us with the hope that, eventually,there will be more of these amazing documentaries made.
Once again, Attenborough delivers, in his own distinctive manner, a view of the surrounding world in his own characteristic way. His style has been described as gentle and discreet.
This documentary looks at reptiles and amphibians, bringing into focus a number of creatures of all shapes and sizes. Throughout the episodes that comprise the series, the filmmakers delve into the life and deeds of their subjects with a very impressive camera work, which bring to our screens the things that were simply never seen before.
At the time of the screening of this documentary, David Attenborough was 81. However he was still involved with the BBC, through assistance in the Natural History Unit and involvement in the projects Nature's Great Events, Life and Frozen Planet as a narrator.
Watch this, state of the art, documentary and enjoy the wildlife at its best.
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