This documentary explores Singapore's hidden wilderness featuring overlooked areas of the island that are home to a variety of fascinating creatures, such as the flying colugo, the wild boar in Pulau Ubin, and the saltwater crocodile and a family of smooth-coated otters in Sungai Buloh. There are some other interesting wild creatures in Singapore, such as the elusive Suda Pangolin, the monitor lizard (the largest lizard on the island), and the white bellied sea eagle.
Sir David Attenborough narrates a day in the animal life of Singapore's urban environments, from a troop of suburban macaques to a family of otters in Marina Bay.
With the latest filmmaking technology, Sir David Attenborough uncovers the unseen natural treasures of Singapore's islands and explores how a vast range of wildlife has adapted to the human world.
Sir David Attenborough narrates a stunning look inside Singapore's forests, home to the tiny-hooved mouse deer and the endangered Raffles' banded langur.
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