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Life

Synopsis

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...in the animal world
A fortnightly programme introduced by Dr. Desmond Morris.

Millions of Animals
The globe supports a vast animal population-but only just. Group density is a vital issue in species survival, and the human animal is no exception. This delicate balance of animal numbers is discussed by Dr. Robin Fox, London School of Economics, Professor J. H. Fremlin, University of Birmingham, Dr. Richard Sadleir, Wellcome Institute, London Zoological Society.
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Can scorpions measure sand grains?
Dr. John Carthy, Queen Mary College, London suggests that they have a mechanism for doing this.
From the West

Contributors

Presenter: Dr. Desmond Morris
Panellist (Millions of Animals): Dr. Robin Fox
Panellist (Millions of Animals): Professor J. H. Fremlin
Panellist (Millions of Animals): Dr. Richard Sadleir
Item presenter (Can scorpions measure sand grains?): Dr. John Carthy
Producer: Ronald Webster






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