Wild Great Britain
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From the Scottish lochs and golden reed beds to southern swamps, rivers and the ponds of Britain’s back gardens, Britain’s “Water Worlds” are wild corners rarely explored – but they are the most biodiverse places in Britain.
Life By The Water+
Around a hundred of Britain’s 6,000 islands are inhabited by people, leaving the rest to extraordinary animals that have battled the elements and made these wild places their own, which is a familiar scenario for Britain’s coasts.
Town And Country+
Britain’s cities and countryside reveal the hidden lives of both the familiar and the more unusual animals as they navigate their urban and rural landscapes. Some, like urban foxes, have found great opportunities in Britain’s cities, while others, like the barn owl, fight it out for meals on Britain’s countryside.