Animal Homes: Natural Born Engineers
1 x 90' or 3 x 60'
In nature, many animals build homes in their very own style, following a special construction plan – a secret blueprint that evolution has somehow stored in their instincts. The results are burrows, nests and dens that differ extremely in size, shape and function.
In this three-part series, ecologist and conservationist Chris Morgan presents some of the most elaborate structures, as well as surprising facts and findings about these amazing animal homes.
From the clay nest of the ovenbird to the wooden dam of the beaver, from the black bear's den to the underground burrows of the skink – the camera follows the animal architects, to give unprecedented insights into their unique hiding places.
Wildlife real estate provides a shelter against weather and predators. A nest to rest, a safe home to rear their young – this is what all house hunters need.
1 x 90' , 3 x 60'
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A production of Coneflower Productions and THIRTEEN Productions LLC in co-production with Terra Mater Factual Studios.