Sir David Attenborough narrates this series that explores the wild side of Singapore. The first episode covers the overlooked areas of the island that are home to an astonishing variety of fascinating creatures. From thriving wetlands, empty buildings and sleepy islands, these are the secret treasures of the island’s wild. Joining a family of local otters in Sungei Buloh, we’ll meet a variety of strange and compelling sights, like the base-jumping colugo, romantic fiddler crabs and Singapore’s oldest predators – the crocodiles. A stunning expose of the rich diversity of life on Singapore, this is a surprising new look that is a world away from what we think we know about our home.Episode Two: Urban Wild
In the second part of the series in Singapore we journey through a day in the life of the wildlife that lives in country’s urban environments. From the bustling city centre to the quiet suburbs, the city takes up the majority of the island’s space – but plants and animals have adapted to this rapidly changing landscape. From a troop of suburban macaques that straddle forest and condos, civets taking up residence in roof cavities, pythons hunting in drains to a world first family of otters in Marina Bay, the surprising and fascinating stories of the city’s wild is about to be exposed.