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YEAR: 2011 | LENGTH: 1 part (60 minutes)  |  SOURCE: BBC

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Sir David Attenborough tells the stories of the world’s best animal architects. There are house-proud bower birds, who only find a mate if they decorate their homes perfectly. There are hornets, who build electric central heating systems, and the star-nosed mole, whose house is designed so well that worms, his favorite meal, literally drop in for dinner. From larders to nurseries and from high-rises to subway systems, Attenborough shows that the animal architects have designed it long before humans.