Ultimate Wildlife: Animal Senses
Ultimate Wildlife is a breathtaking exploration of some of nature's most spectacular wildlife. Watch stunning footage from the BBC motion gallery of animals as they live, play, and hunt in their native habitats around the world.
Episode 1: Animal Adaptation
Animals have developed an amazing array of adaptations in order to survive. Giraffes have long necks to feed on treetops that are unreachable by other herbivores, while bearded vultures survive in the desert by scavenging bones and dropping them from great heights to break them open and eat the marrow.
Episode 2: Animal Senses
Many animal species have highly developed and unique senses that allow them to navigate their environment or find food. Bats use echoes from their high pitched sounds to navigate, moles use sensitive whiskers and hairs to feel their way underground, and sharks can sense electromagnetic fields around their prey.