A look at how humans and animals are coexisting in urban environments
The planet’s expanding city spaces are the final frontier for wildlife documentaries.
In a stunning series finale, we witness langurs free-running on the rooftops of Jodhpur, majestic peregrine falcons soaring above Manhattan, monkeys commuting into Jaipur to steal crisps and great bowerbirds feathering their nests with bright plastic baubles in Australia.
And if leopards on the streets of Mumbai induces panic, fear not. Singapore’s two million new trees and a remarkable vertical forest in Milan are just two examples of recent efforts to create cityscapes with space for wildlife to thrive.
A wonderful end to a series we should cherish as one of the all-time greats…