A must have for all Biology/Science teachers and anyone who supplies (Teaching).
This box set contains all of David Attenborough's 'Life' series - among the greatest and most beautiful nature documentaries even made.
Life on Earth offers a chronological account of the flora and fauna of planet Earth over a period of 3,500 million years.
The Living Planet: An ambitious 12-part documentary that spanned the globe with portraits of each of the major geographical regions that offer a home to life.
Trials of Life: Originally broadcast in 1990, it examines animal behaviour in all its infinite variety and in doing so we are allowed to witness some ofthe most enchanting animal personalities, as will as some of the most fearsome.
Life in the Freezer reveals incomparable standards of natural history filming to trace Antartica's seasonal cycle from the long winter months when the formation of ice almost doubles its surface area, to the brief summer when the race to breed really heats up.
The Private Life of Plants: Attenborough takes us through each aspect of plants' lives travelling, growing, flowering, their struggle with other plants and animals, and the ingenious way they adapt to even the harshest of conditions.
The Life of Birds presents a fascinating and exciting view of the world of birds, the largest animal group on earth, in a series of ten fifty-minute episodes.
The Life of Mammals looks at why mammals are the most successful creatures on the planet.
Life in the Undergrowth: Here David shows us not just bugs, beetles and creepy-crawlies, but scorpions and centipedes, mites and mantids, spiders and dragonflies.
Not got the latest suck as Planet Earth, Life or the Blue Planet, but still a fab buy.