Extras

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Bat vs Moth: A Nighttime Arms Race

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Bat vs Moth: A Nighttime Arms Race

    Every night an arms race is played out between bats and moths for domination of the sky.

    Bat vs Moth: A Nighttime Arms Race

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Anna’s Hummingbirds Attract Mates with Speed

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    Anna’s Hummingbirds Attract Mates with Speed

    For its size the Anna’s Hummingbird has the fastest courtship display in the animal world.

    Anna’s Hummingbirds Attract Mates with Speed

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Inside a Giant Flock

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Inside a Giant Flock

    A flock is one of the most spectacular sights in nature – but how does it work?

    Inside a Giant Flock

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers A Powerful Swan Take Off

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    A Powerful Swan Take Off

    The jumbo jet of the bird world needs a runway and carefully applied power.

    A Powerful Swan Take Off

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers How the Albatross Soars

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    How the Albatross Soars

    Albatross are masters of low cost, longhaul travel, using the power of the wind to fly.

    How the Albatross Soars

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Bat Wings: The Ultimate Flying Machine?

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Bat Wings: The Ultimate Flying Machine?

    The Brazilian free-tailed bat is one of the most versatile flyers in the animal kingdom.

    Bat Wings: The Ultimate Flying Machine?

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers The Rhinoceros Beetle in Flight

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    The Rhinoceros Beetle in Flight

    To keep their huge bodies airborne, these beetles twist their wings for extra thrust.

    The Rhinoceros Beetle in Flight

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers A Caracal’s Incredible Vertical Launch

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    A Caracal’s Incredible Vertical Launch

    Caracals are adapted to catch birds in flight and capable of leaping up to 3m high.

    A Caracal’s Incredible Vertical Launch

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers A Flying Squirrel’s Greatest Threat is the Great Horned Owl

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    A Flying Squirrel’s Greatest Threat is the Great Horned Owl

    Flying squirrels can find food fast in winter and short flights help them avoid owls.

    A Flying Squirrel’s Greatest Threat is the Great Horned Owl

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Australia’s Greatest Leapers Defy Gravity

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Australia’s Greatest Leapers Defy Gravity

    For kangaroos, hopping is key to the most efficient form of locomotion on land.

    Australia’s Greatest Leapers Defy Gravity

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Wood Ducklings Take a Leap of Faith on the Day They Hatch

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Wood Ducklings Take a Leap of Faith on the Day They Hatch

    It’ll be two weeks before they can fly. They have to jump for it.

    Wood Ducklings Take a Leap of Faith on the Day They Hatch

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Official Trailer

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Official Trailer

    How do animals overcome one of the planet’s most powerful and universal forces – gravity?

    Official Trailer

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Next on Episode 3

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Next on Episode 3

    How do flying creatures outfly each other to survive in the crowed world of the sky?

    Next on Episode 3

    Video thumbnail: SuperNature - Wild Flyers Next on Episode 2

    SuperNature - Wild Flyers

    Next on Episode 2

    How do the planets strongest flyers push the limits of flight right to the very edge?

    Next on Episode 2