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So if there were ever a possibility of escaping the human condition and living imaginatively in another creature's world, it must be with the gorilla.The male is an enormously powerful creature but he only uses his strength when he is protecting his family and it is very rare that there is violence within the group.In 1999 viewers of Channel 4 voting for the 100 Greatest TV Moments placed the gorilla sequence at number 12 — ranking it ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's coronation and the wedding of Charles and Diana.The series was a major international success: it was sold to 100 territories and watched by an estimated audience of 500 million people worldwide.However, Life on Earth did not generate the same revenue for the BBC as later Attenborough series because the Corporation signed away the American and European rights to their co-production partners, Warner Bros. The episode begins in the South American rainforest whose rich variety of life forms is used to illustrate the sheer number of different species.Since many are dependent on others for food or means of reproduction, David Attenborough argues that they couldn't all have appeared at once.
In Morocco, the limestones are 600 million years old, and contain many invertebrate fossils.Life on Earth: A Natural History by David Attenborough is a television natural history series made by the BBC in association with Warner Bros. Like the earlier series, it was divided into 13 programmes (each of around 55 minutes' duration). During the course of the series presenter David Attenborough, following the format established by Kenneth Clark's Civilisation and Jacob Bronowski's The Ascent of Man (both series which he designed and produced as director of BBC2), travels the globe in order to trace the story of the evolution of life on the planet.To illustrate the motion of bats' wings in flight, a slow motion sequence was filmed in a wind tunnel.The series was also the first to include footage of a live (although dying) coelacanth.