When the temperature stays up, it’s time to stay in. And if you are bored of TV in this fallow period between the T20 frenzy and the football World Cup, here’s something that can keep your family glued.
Life, a 10-part series that the Discovery channel says took them 3,000 days of shooting, is premiering on Indian TV.
It’s billed as an epic series that looks at how plants and animals connive and contrive to stay alive. The makers claim several television firsts that include the footage of a flying fish laying eggs on flotsam, Komodo dragons hunting a water buffalo ten times their size, and the building of an ornate seduction parlour by the male Vogelkop bird. It’s a good escape to the jungle of life out there that promises to keep your mind off the hot, concrete one around you
Life airs on Discovery channel every night at 8 pm, May 24 to June 6