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MAMMALS: BBC ANNOUNCES NEW NATURAL HISTORY SERIES

Mammals are found on every continent and in every ocean, from the coldest wildernesses to the hottest deserts, from the densest jungles to the darkest depths, this group of animals has evolved to master almost every habitat on our planet.



Full of new, never-before-seen behaviours, this new definitive series for BBC One and iPlayer offers fascinating insights into the most successful animal group in the world.



From the tiny Etruscan shrew to the giant blue whale, Mammals will reveal the secrets of their success, and how their winning design, incredible adaptability, unrivalled intelligence and unique sociability have all contributed to their remarkable rise.


Just 4% of today’s mammals are wild animals and many species face extinction. As well as giving BBC viewers an exciting new perspective on a remarkable group of animals, the series will also highlight many of the problems faced by mammals in today’s rapidly changing world.



Jonny Keeling, Head of BBC Studios Natural History Unit, says: “We are thrilled to be bringing three original series to BBC television, in collaboration with our co-production partners.”


Mammals, a 6 x 60’ series for BBC One and iPlayer, is made by BBC Studios Natural History Unit and co-produced by France Televisions, ZDF and BBC America.



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