2022 • 3x52' • English & French
Director(s): Jean-Christophe Chatton • Producer(s): Antipode • Coproducer(s): ARTE • Country of production: France • Format(s): 4K
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When species help each other in nature
Biological interactions are essential to nature. They are, for example, all the insects that forage on flowers. Insects feed and then by dispersing pollen they make it possible for flowers to multiply. Then there are the butterflies, which deposit their eggs on only certain species of plants. There are also the trees that allow plants or fungi to thrive in the shade of their branches.
Nature in Symbiosis tells the story of landscapes and the multitude of biological interactions they harbor. This series aims above all to show that in an ecosystem, each species is dependent on another, that to touch one of them is to endanger all the others.
Scientists affirm: biological interactions are at the root of our planet's exceptional biodiversity. Because to benefit from others and often do what they cannot do themselves, species have had to evolve, innovate, invent. And nature’s imagination in this area knows no bounds.