Monkeys Grieve Over Robot Monkey2m12s

Monkeys Grieve Over Robot Monkey

Langur Monkeys Grieving! Langur monkeys mistake the motionless robotic Spy Langur Monkey that was accidentally dropped as a lifeless baby langur and begin to grieve. Clip from episode 1 'Love' of a John Downer Production for the BBC/PBS/THIRTEEN Productions 5 part series "Spy in the Wild". Narrated by David Tennant Series Directed by John Downer Music by Will Gregory *** Buy Spy in the Wild on DVD or Blu-ray now (UK): *** (Affiliate link) SPY IN THE WILD, A NATURE MINISERIES, a John Downer Production for BBC, PBS and THIRTEEN Productions LLC. Follow John Downer Productions: Twitter Facebook Instagram

Flirting Polar Bear2m08s

Flirting Polar Bear

You might think that there is some anthropomorphism here and you will not be mistaken! Looks like polar bears do more than just hunt walruses and frolik in the snow! A female polar bear has her eyes set on a male and she will do anything to become his mate. She will even go head over heels for him - literally! The mating game may looks silly, but it eventually bears fruit. It is so cute to see two of the world’s largest terrestrial carnivores seal their love with a kiss. Two months later, the female will bring up to two bear cubs into her icy den and they will leave the den somewhere between March and April. Clip from our program Polar Bear - Spy on the Ice Narrated by David Tennant Directed by John Downer Music by Will Gregory

Penguin Fail - Best Bloopers from Penguins Spy in the Huddle1m24s

Penguin Fail - Best Bloopers from Penguins Spy in the Huddle

What are penguins anyway? Sure, they are chubby, flightless birds that can only be seen in the south arctic regions, with their tuxedo-looking plumage and fins instead of wings. Since they live in places where there is loads of ice, it is not unusual to see penguins slip, slide and fall all over. And it is just adorable to watch! It's not easy being a penguin, as we soon learnt going through all the material shot for the BBC's Penguins - Spy in the Huddle, narrated by David Tennant & directed by John Downer. We see penguins big and small trip over their own tiny feet, slip and tumble over, catching themselves on their beaks. Other climb and fall down massive rocks. Ouch, that looks like it hurt! Check out this hilarious compilation of penguins falling.