For the primary time on this planet, leopards have been filmed looking in dense darkness.


African leopards have been filmed looking at night time for the primary time as a part of Sir David Attenborough's newest collection – Mammals.

It focuses on how these animals are adapting to a quickly modified world – us, probably the most influential mammal.

The preliminary episodes are shot totally in darkness, revealing, amongst different issues, the specifically tailored imaginative and prescient of the African leopard.

The modifications in conduct have been reported by naturalists who spent 5 years observing how the mammals coped with quickly altering habitats.

Mammals begins on Sunday 31 March at 19:00 BST on BBC One.

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