David Attenborough on the importance of human eyebrows for communication

Chris Pash
By Chris Pash | 25 June 2021

The series, David Attenborough Life Stories, is now on LiSTNR as part of SCA’s recently announced partnership with the BBC.

The podcast is a series of talks on the natural histories of creatures and plants from around the world told by one of the most recognisable and charming voices.

The 20-episode BBC Radio 4 series is written and presented by Sir David Attenborough about some of the strangest plants and creatures of the natural world..

In the first episode Attenborough muses on the natural history of the sloth, perhaps the most lethargic beast in the animal world, and one that he has playfully admitted he aspires to be.

Other episodes in the series include the female platypus of NSW, the Komodo dragon, the salamander - which happened to be Attenborough’s first pet - as well as the importance of human eyebrows for communication.

Listeners will also discover what creature lays the biggest egg in the world, how you communicate with an ancient nomadic community in Fiji and what Attenborough did when confronted by a 10 foot long reptile.



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