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.

Inside Nature's Giants: The Camel

In this Inside Nature’s Giants episode Mark Evans and Joy Reidenberg brave the baking desert to dissect a camel. They uncover the secret of the camel’s hump and investigate how its elastic legs, stretchy lips and pedestal (a strange bump on its chest) are among the many surprising adaptations that enable the camel to thrive in such a dry and hostile environment.

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