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Steve Leonard's Extreme Animals

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The ingenious methods employed by animals who live and breed in the most hostile areas on earth are observed by Steve Leonard in a new three-part series of double bills. The BigChill. How macaques, king penguins and bearded seals thrive in potentially deadly sub-zero temperatures.
The Heat Is On. Steve Leonard braves a firewalk and encounters a range of animals surviving boiling temperatures. Series producer Martin Hughe&Games; Executive producer Mike Gunton In at the deep end: page 37

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Unknown: Steve Leonard
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Producer: Mike Gunton

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Steve Leonard's Extreme Animals

BBC One London, 25 September 2002 20.00






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