VIDEO & PHOTOS: David Tennant Narrates Growing Up Wild

The BBC have released a collection of clips of David Tennant narrating Growing Up Wild - Natural World.
The hour long episode will air on Thursday 26th March 2015 at 8pm on BBC Two

About the episode:
A look at the challenges young animals face, from their first steps through to leaving home.
For any animal, the early days of life are often the most difficult. Finding food, avoiding predators and generally learning life's essential skills is tough. However, with a little parental guidance growing up can be an adventure.
By following some special tiger cubs in India, an adolescent mountain gorilla in Uganda and two nervous polar bear cubs in the high Arctic, the trials and tribulations of growing up wild are revealed.

BBC Two's classic wildlife series, the Natural World, tells in-depth stories of incredible animals, featuring award-winning photography in some of the most extraordinary places in the world. Produced by the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol, it is now in its 34th season.

Watch the clips below:

Growing Up Wild
A sneak preview of the film ‘Growing Up Wild’.

Day-old Mandarin ducklings take their first flight from high above the forest floor.

Swimming Lesson
Two polar bear cubs take the plunge in their first swimming lesson.

Adventurous tiger cubs
Four adventurous newborn tiger cubs prove to be a handful.

View some photos of the stars of the show below:


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