Life In the Undergrowth

Life In the Undergrowth

Life In the Undergrowth

  • Genre: Nonfiction
  • Release: 2005-01-23
  • Rate: TV-G
  • Episodes: 5
  • iTunes Price: USD 8.99
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Open your eyes to the bizarre, ferocious and surprisingly beautiful world of the invertebrates! Join David Attenborough on his groundbreaking exploration into a spectacular miniature universe never normally seen, but teeming all around us. Not just bugs and beetles, but exotic cicadas, neon glow worms, intricate silk-weaving spiders and iridescent dragonflies - not to mention a whole host of other incredible life forms and intimate, startling behavior. Thanks to technical innovations in lighting, optics and computerized motion control, this turbulent, super-organized world is finally revealed from the perspective of its extraordinary inhabitants. These beasts may be miniscule, but they live life on a truly grand scale...


Title Time Price
1 Invasion of the Land 49:50 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
2 Taking to the Air 49:14 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
3 The Silk Spinners 50:10 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
4 Intimate Relations 50:11 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes
5 Supersocieties 50:05 USD 1.99 Buy iTunes


  • Great, especially love entomology

    By wahs.j.t
    I've always like catching little critters in my backyard ever since I've been able to walk. My interest for entomology has never stopped and the desire to learn more and more never stops. This documentary is very educational. I learned a lot from it. Everything Attenborough does is great.
  • Yay!

    By Blomli07
    I really like David Attenborough's stuff.. Very educational and entertaining.
  • Attenborough is the Best

    By countessaV
    Unbelievably detailed and beautifully shot! The series is a masterpiece. Thank you David Attenborough! I wish the entire "Life" series weas available for this zone!
  • so great

    By this nickname better not be taken
    this is the best nature series i've seen in a long time, maybe ever. the camera innovations and the footage they were able to get is unreal, and the portraits of the insects' lives were fascinating.