In this Inside Nature's Giants Special, the BAFTA-winning team take on their hardest challenge so far - to dissect an entire ecosystem - The Jungle. Deep in the rainforest of Borneo they erect a high-tech dissection laboratory to investigate giant bugs and titan trees, and to reveal why the Jungle is home to the most diverse collection of living things on our planet.
With a team of all-star biologists, anatomists and tree climbers they delve into the mysteries of the rainforest - how it fits together and the extraordinary roles the strange creatures that live in it play. How waterfalls flow uphill, life springs from death and parasites hold the key to holding the jungle in balance.
Veterinary Scientist Mark Evans climbs 60m into the canopy to catch the world's largest ants, comparative anatomist Joy Reidenberg heads deep into the forest to catch venomous centipedes and giant moths while biologist Simon Watt investigates the most sinister organism of them all, an enormous parasitic fig tree.
In an extraordinary adventure in this most confusing of environments Inside Nature's Giants stunningly lifts the lid on the rainforest, delving deep into the workings of some of it's most spectacular inhabitants to bring you Natural History like you've never seen it before.