Inside The Giants Of Nature

Monday, November 28, 2011

Regular readers know that I am a big fan of the TV series Windfall Films In natural Giants (broadcast on Channel 4 here in the United Kingdom, and the known anatomy of crude oil in the U.S.).

It could in fact be the only thing worth watching TV. What is particularly noteworthy is that the brilliant, award-winning series on the biology anatomy and evolution of animals is loved by critics and the general TV-watching public, which is why ING is entering the third series.

This demonstrates a phenomenal success, and again my congratulations to all parties. I've been blogging about ING from the first screen (see link below) and have even managed to meet some key people and is a consultant for some of the episodes. Special ING sperm whales have recently hit the screens, and I aim to have a blog up soon.

Anyway, the reason I'm writing now that the series begins this week, the third Tuesday, August 30 (err, you have today), and Episode 1 is dedicated to the dromedary camel. Camels are strange strange strange - there is so incredibly flexible neck, a dilatable sac on the palate, are digitigrade (rather than unguligrade) feet ... All this and much more before getting humped. In any case, this is only intended as a quick heads up. I can not wait to watch and hope that you tune in, if possible. See the trailer here.

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