The BAFTA award-winning series that gets under the skin of the largest animals on the planet returns for a third series to reveal the anatomy of some of nature’s most enigmatic creatures.
Most wildlife documentaries show how animals behave, but by exploring their anatomy, veterinary scientist Mark Evans, comparative anatomist Joy Reidenberg and a team of experts show how these creatures really work.
Evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins explains how such distinctive beasts have evolved to thrive in their environmental niches, while biologist Simon Watt gets first hand experience of the animals in action.
Inside Nature's Giants: The Camel
We don’t think of Australia as the home of camels, yet in the middle of this vast continent there are over a million feral dromedaries roaming around.
Inside Nature's Giants: Dinosaur Bird
The Cassowary is a gigantic bird with a fearsome reputation, It has earned the dubious reputation of being the most dangerous bird in the world
Inside Nature's Giants: Leatherback Turtle
The ING team uncover the evolutionary mystery of how turtles developed shells to protect themselves from some of the sharpest-toothed predators on the planet.
Inside Nature's Giants: Racehorse
The thoroughbred racehorse is one of the greatest athletes on the planet – galloping with incredible speed and stamina - for such a large animal. It is the result of unnatural selection, and exists on a knife edge between glory and catastrophic failure.
Inside Nature's Giants: Hippo
The team head to the largest population of hippos in the world.
Inside Nature's Giants: Kangaroo
Australia's most iconic animal – the kangaroo.