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The complete second BBC Radio 4 series written and presented by Sir David Attenborough, featuring all 20 episodes about some of the strangest insects and creatures from around the world. One of the nation’s most popular presenters examines 20 marvels of the natural world from his extraordinary and pioneering experiences. How did Sir David track down a giant earthworm? Why does he respect rats? What was the first bribe in nature? Why do well known foods often have two names?
©2011 David Attenborough (P)2011 AudioGO Ltd
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By Grace K on 07-27-17

short stories

short stories all delivering perfect tidbits of natural history and read by one of the most wonderful voices in the world

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By cassie on 09-12-13

Fascinating LIfe

Would you listen to David Attenborough's New Life Stories again? Why?

What a fabulous career, loved the book/listen was also great to have been narrated by David Attenborough. Any one who is interested in natural history I would strongly recommend this, although if you have listen to a life on air there is quite a lot of overlap although a more condensed version, but still loved it

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By roger on 06-27-15

The best by miles

Anyone with an interest in Natural History, has to pay homage to
the Grand Master of our times. An excellent insight into the world of our very own naturalist.

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