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The Animal Zone


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Ends 6 45pm
Editor Rona Pitcher ; Series producer Paul Appleby www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone
Wildlife on Two Alligator Hole. David Attenborough narrates this film following events in the Florida Everglades when fish, turtles and birds are drawn to alligator pools. Last in series. Producer Bernard Walton ; Series producer Keith Scholey (R) (S)
5.45 Gelada Baboon Diary The second of two films sees females suckling their babies, while friction builds among the males. Director Mark Linfield ; Series producer Paul Appieby (S)
5.55 The Natural World Midway: Island of Life. Barelybigger than a few football pitches, the island of Midway is a vital refuge to sharks, spinner dolphins, eagle rays, turtles, rare seals and millions of birds. Narrated by John Shrapnel. Producers Neil Nightingale and Michael Pitts
Series editor Neil Nightingale (S) (W)


Editor: Rona Pitcher
Producer: Paul Appleby
Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: Bernard Walton
Producer: Keith Scholey
Director: Mark Linfield
Producer: Paul Appieby
Unknown: John Shrapnel.
Producers: Neil Nightingale
Producers: Michael Pitts
Editor: Neil Nightingale

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