Sir David Attenborough brings viewers the final chapter of his epic overview of life on Earth as he transforms perceptions of cold-blooded animals in this landmark BBC One series Life In Cold Blood.
"Reptiles and amphibians are sometimes thought of as slow, dim-witted and primitive," says David. "In fact they can be lethally fast, spectacularly beautiful, surprisingly affectionate and extremely sophisticated."
There are some amazing creatures on show but perhaps the best part is Sir Attenborough's utter delight when he encounters them, especially for the first time. I've grown up watching Sir Attenboroughs documentaries, to my mind the man is a god, everything he touches turns to gold and Life In Cold Blood is no exception.