Inside Life - Rock Climbing Fish
Ten CBBC agents have been given exclusive access to David Attenborough's latest blockbuster wildlife series - Life. From polar bears in the freezing Arctic to tigers in the steaming jungles of India, each agent gets their own special mission to go behind the scenes to see just what it takes to film a stunning wildlife sequence. Working alongside the BBC's Natural History Unit, they climb high into a Thailand rainforest to film gibbons, dive wrecks covered in corals in the Bahamas, and travel to the remote islands of Komodo to track down dragons.
Expert climber Jacob Markham goes on an unusual mission to help the Life team film a Hawaiian waterfall where an extraordinary fish goes rock climbing. On the trail of this remarkable fish, known as a gobie, he encounters a giant of the ocean, the manta ray, a smiling spider and an overactive volcano.