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Life in the Undergrowth

For every one human being, there are over 200 million invertebrates. David Attenborough takes us on an incredible journey into the lives of our tiny neighbours. In every nook and cranny there is a whole world of sex, drugs and violence going on, the hunters and the hunted, that we don't even notice, though it's under our very noses. Absolutely stunning.

Year: 2005
Genre: Documentaries, Natural History Docos
Country: UK
Starring: David Attenborough
Duration: 275 Minutes
Rating: G
9.1/10
Location in store: Documentary (Natural History)

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