Scientists are unlocking the secrets of the rainforest using cutting edge gadgets. Photographic traps capture a species of tiger never filmed in the wild and infra-red cameras reveal Darwin's infamous giant moth.
Journey into the heart of the Amazon Rainforest in Peru to study the ecology that surrounds a 500-year-old Brazil nut tree. Using state of the art graphics, these giants are the "building blocks" of the rainforest.
Researchers focus on the connections between the rain forest and our own species, looking for possible insights into humanity's past, present and future.
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