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Title Nature's weirdest events. Series 1, Episode 2 / produced by Lucinda Axelsson
Published London, England : British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC), 2012
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Summary Strange tales from the natural world - Nature's Weirdest Events - Episode 2 is an offbeat and fascinating series that investigates the world's weirdest natural events, using first-hand accounts and footage as it unravels the science behind extraordinary phenomena. You'd think nothing nature could do would surprise us, but every year seriously bizarre things happen that seem to defy its laws, puzzling witnesses and experts alike. Nature's Weirdest Events - Episode 2 looks at exploding toads, birds dying in mid air, blood-red rain, caterpillars cocooning cars - weird events that people don't understand and frequently fear. Stylish graphics, clever use of science and an irreverent approach create this quirky and original take on the most sensationally strange stories from the natural world. Nature's Weirdest Events - Episode 2 is from the BBC natural world series Nature's Weirdest Events. This fascinating series explores strange occurrences in the natural world
Notes Title from resource description page (viewed Nov. 21, 2014)
In English
Subject Natural history.
Curiosities and wonders.
Science.
Genre/Form Documentary films.
Video recordings.
Form Streaming video
Author Axelsson, Lucinda, producer
Packham, Chris, 1961- narrator
British Broadcasting Corporation, production company