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The Life of Mammals

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Life in the Trees. Climbing isjustthe start-the challenge is to move between trees. To get close to the creatures, David Attenborough must climb into the canopy. His subjects range from squirrels to lemurs, the latter able to leap 15 metres. More unfamiliar animals, including the Indian slender ioris and the fossa, Madagascar's largest arboreal predator, are filmed for the first time in the wild. Producer Huw Cordey ; Series producer Mike Salisbury
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Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: Huw Cordey
Producer: Mike Salisbury

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