Vienna’s Danube is known for its bustling nightlife and mighty skyscrapers, but one surprising resident has also found a home here.
Animals are learning to survive and thrive in one very surprising habitat – cities. Join wildlife presenter Hannah Stitfall as she sets out on a mission to meet our new neighbours. #CoExistence
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When wildlife filmmaker Hannah Stitfall sets out on a mission to photograph Europe’s urban animals, she finds extraordinary species hiding in plain sight. From wild hamsters taking refuge in Vienna’s cemeteries to Barbary macaques making mischief in sunny Gibraltar; even prehistoric looking herons are adapting to city life, learning to navigate Amsterdam’s street markets. Armed with her camera and bags of patience and enthusiasm, Hannah uncovers the wilder side to a world we think we know.
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