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Just when you thought there was no more of the natural world left to film, Sir David Attenborough returns to the screen in a new landmark series revealing that he has yet to show viewers most of the animals in the world.
First he gave us Life On Earth, then The Private Life Of Plants, followed by The Life Of Birds and The Life Of Mammals.
Now, David turns his attention to a group of creatures he has yet to tackle in depth – insects and their allies. Although they are all around us, these animals' lives often go virtually unnoticed.
In Life In The Undergrowth, David lifts the lid on a miniature universe living right beneath our feet.
Using the latest cameras, BBC ONE takes viewers into their world to discover the amazing stories of the most successful creatures on Earth: the invertebrates.
It's not just ants and beetles, but centipedes, butterflies, dragonflies and a host of incredible animals never before seen on television.
David takes viewers to Taiwan to see thousands of swarming purple Crow butterflies, to Africa to witness an army of Matabele ants raid a termite colony, and to North America in time for the great emergence of 17-year cicadas.
It's a series of incredible colour and beauty, such as iridescent butterflies and rainbow spider webs.
Life In The Undergrowth has been a passionate project for David and a series that he has wanted to make for a long time.
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