Wildlife: The ‘Extreme Biology’ Of Hummingbirds

The hummingbird is the smallest bird on the planet, with one species measuring just five centimeters! But inside their tiny bodies are huge brains and hearts – the largest in the avian kingdom relative to body size.

Those brains and hearts are used to power an astonishing metabolism, incredibly strong flight muscles for their high-speed wings, and a formidable intelligence that allows them to remember where to find the sweetest flowers. Dive into the extraordinary world of these aerial acrobats through ultra high-speed HD cameras and cutting-edge remote systems – what you’ll learn may well surprise you!

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