In his latest program, David Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive, the famed broadcaster and naturalist spends an evening in the Natural History Museum in London after the crowds and gallery guards have all gone home. Through the use of some very cool CGI (and evidently broadcast in 3D), Sir David presents some of his usual great lessons in natural history by examining several extinct creatures found in the museum. The show premiered in Britain on New Year's Day but someone has made the first 11 minutes available for the rest of us. If you're like me, it will leave you wanting to see the rest, and hopefully, the full 90-minute program will be made available soon.

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