Sir David Attenborough narrates this award-winning, visually stunning film about the remarkable lives of hummingbirds via slow motion photography. Take a close up look at these tiny pollinators found only in the Western Hemisphere. Acrobats of the air – flying jewels – iridescent partners of countless plants: hummingbirds are amongst the most remarkable creatures on our planet. Everything about these tiny birds is superb and extreme. They have the highest metabolism, fastest heart beat and most rapid wing beat in the avian world. They evolved to feed on flowering plants, but are now a crucial part of wider ecosystems. Learn about how they mate, raise their young, and live in this beautifully produced documentary. Run time: 60 mins
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