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Inside the Animal Mind

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be an animal? Inside the Animal Mind is a three-part BBC documentary series hosted by Chris Packham, uncovering the secrets of the animal mind. In this series, Chris Packham explores the remarkable ways animals use their senses and the remarkable problem-solving abilities of crows. Chris uncovers the extraordinary range of animal intelligence: bees which navigate, cockatoos which pick locks and a brilliantly ingenious octopus. Focusing on one of the cleverest animals of all, the dolphin, Chris Packham tries to uncover why the most intelligent animals on the planet are also the most social.

Episode 1 - You Are What You Sense
Chris Packham explores the remarkable ways animals use their senses. Focusing on dogs, he discovers how their powerful sense of smell creates a bizarre alternative reality.

Episode 2 - The Problem Solvers
Chris Packham explores the remarkable problem-solving abilities of crows, and he uncovers the extraordinary range of animal intelligence: bees which navigate, cockatoos which pick locks and a brilliantly ingenious octopus.

Episode 3 - Secrets of the Social World
Chris Packham uncovers why the most intelligent animals on the planet are also the most social, focusing on one of the cleverest animals of all, the dolphin.


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