In this second and final installment, Chris Packham looks at some of the most extraordinary behaviour and extreme adaptations that animals have used to survive. He discovers the secret of a frog that can bring itself back to life from a frozen state, unmasks the slimy creature responsible for a mysterious oceanic ooze and delves into the underworld of real-life 'zombies'.
Nature's Weirdest Events. BBC2: 8.00pm
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