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Life in Cold Blood


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4/5. Sophisticated Serpents. The snake is the focus of this edition, as David Attenborough stands in the firing line of a spitting cobra and observes a python gulping down a whole gazelle. Under the Skin at 9.50 follows rattlesnakes in the wilds of New York State.
Producer James Brickell ; Executive producer Sara Ford
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Unknown: David Attenborough
Producer: James Brickell
Producer: Sara Ford

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