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Life's just wonderful.

Byline: Jon Wise

SOME beautiful camerawork from Sir DavidAttenborough's latest venture, Life. Here's some things Ilearned from the show.

A chameleon's tongue lashesout at 15 metres per second -that's almost as quick as CraigRevel Horwood.

The stalk-eyed fly sucks in airbubbles, blows them into itshead then pushes out its eyes onlong stalks. Male flies with the longest eye span get the mostfemales - Corrie's Tony Gordoncould sweep the floor in thebulging eye stakes.

Life had some incrediblemoments, particularly thecheetahs ganging up on anostrich and dolphins circlingtheir prey. But it wasn't quite asengaging as Nature's GreatEvents or Life In Cold Blood.

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Publication:The People (London, England)
Date:Oct 18, 2009
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