The Discovery of Animal Behaviour: Natural Mysteries
A six part series from award-winning producer John Sparks, The Discovery of Animal Behaviour is an engaging account of behavioural research in the animal kingdom. Charting the rise of this interesting domain from its conception in the Middle Ages, Natural Mysteries explores how the roots of this specialised study came about.
Through the world-famous cinematography of the BBC Natural History Unit our quest for a deeper understanding of the animal world is explained, interspersed with stunning wildlife images. With impressive photography from a whole host of award-winning cameramen including Martin Saunders, Hugh Miles and Maurice Tibbles, the production offers a fascinating account of natural history research.
An absorbing and informative overview of animal behaviour research, The Discovery of Animal Behaviour celebrates how, as time has progressed, so too has our understanding of our intriguing animal neighbours.