The Living Planet: Season 1, Episode 7

The Sky Above (1 Mar. 1984)

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Describes the ability of birds, insects and bats to fly including migration often over great distances; and how plant seeds defy gravity in order to disperse over a wide area.

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Describes the ability of birds, insects and bats to fly including migration often over great distances; and how plant seeds defy gravity in order to disperse over a wide area.

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David Attenborough demonstrates his willingness to undertake high altitude flying by firstly going up in NASA's Vomit Comet to experience zero gravity and then ascending in a special hot air balloon to 16000 feet complete with oxygen mask, crash helmet, space suit and moon boots! The life of this naturalist is never dull. See more »

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