DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S LIONS: SPY IN THE DEN
DAVID Attenborough’s latest wildlife documentary Lions: Spy in the Den’s biggest selling point is its “bouldercam”, a remote controlled mini- camera hidden in a mobile rock. This gives viewers an unprecedented look into the lives of adult lions and their cubs, which were filmed for more than 3000 hours, in East Africa. Filming starts when one set of cubs is six weeks old and tracks them through to the time they become proficient hunters. There are runins with a hippo and a band of mongooses. The footage is simply stunning.