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David Attenborough

David Attenborough will be discussing his stunning new book which reveals the secretive but spectacular world of insects.

For every pound of humans on Earth, there are 300 pounds of insects. David Attenborough reveals a secret universe that is teeming with life and is all around us, yet we never see it. It is the world of the very small, and it is a world of sex, drugs and violence. In "Life in the Undergrowth" David shows us not just bugs, beetles and creepy-crawlies, but scorpions and centipedes, mites and mantids, spiders and dragonflies. And not just life in the undergrowth, but the dramatic battles between predator and prey that are happening in the corner of your living room and in your larder.


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Date and Time:

16 November 2005 at 7:00 am


2 hours



New Walk Museum and Art gallery
52 New Walk

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