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BBC’s “Mammals” offers a captivating exploration of the extraordinary triumphs and challenges faced by Earth’s diverse mammalian species.


Global (29 April 2024) – In BBC’s new show – Mammals – Sir David Attenborough reveals how Mammals have conquered the Earth, uncovering the secrets to their success with their winning design, incredible adaptability, unrivalled intelligence, and unique sociability.

“Mammals” delves deep into the evolutionary journey of these resilient beings, showcasing their unparalleled adaptability, profound intelligence, and remarkable sociability. From the icy expanses of the Arctic to the sun-drenched deserts of Australia, mammals have carved out their niche in every corner of the globe.

To celebrate the show, BBC released the cutest video of an adorable baby wolverine, out on a walk with its mother.

Six riveting episodes take viewers on a journey through diverse ecosystems, each presenting its own set of challenges and opportunities for survival. From the cloak of darkness where nocturnal creatures thrive to the depths of the ocean where marine mammals reign supreme, the series unveils the ingenuity and resourcefulness of these remarkable beings.

One particularly heartwarming segment highlights the wolverine’s surprisingly tender side, offering a rare glimpse into the nurturing instincts of this often misunderstood animal. As the polar bear masters the art of survival in the unforgiving cold and the kangaroo adapts to the scorching heat of the outback, “Mammals” showcases the extraordinary feats of these resilient creatures.

The series also confronts the harsh realities facing mammalian populations today. With habitat loss and human encroachment threatening their existence, many species teeter on the brink of extinction. “Mammals” sheds light on these pressing conservation issues, urging viewers to recognize their role in safeguarding the planet’s biodiversity.

Through breathtaking cinematography and insightful narration, the series invites viewers to marvel at the wonders of nature and embrace their responsibility as stewards of the earth.

“Mammals” is now available to watch on DStv Channel 184.

Sources: BBC 
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