Richard Hammond's Miracles of Nature. BBC1: 9.00pm
In the final episode, Richard is once again investigating the extraordinary super-powers of the animal kingdom and discovering how a multitude of amazing creatures are inspiring inventions at the very forefront of science. From the chilly climes of Sweden to the warmer shores of San Diego, Richard is once again on a global search to unearth remarkable creatures that have evolved with unique super-powers; along the way he’ll play predator to a tank full of Hagfish prey and fly above the pacific in search of migrating Humpback whales. He'll also devise entertaining scientific experiments which will in turn explain the extraordinary workings of each of these phenomenal creatures' specific capabilities.
Story by Sheena McGinley | 17:28 | Monday 19th November 2012 | TV Highlights
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