Sunday Night Movie: Attenborough's Gall Wasps

From the amazing BBC series Life in the Undergrowth:

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fascinating!

Those timelapse videos of the gall development are absolutely beautiful.

Yeah- the time-lapse sequence was what sold me on this clip.

That, and Attenborough's brilliant-as-always narration.