|20050306||4/5. Matthew Parris continues his exploration of London's wildlife with a look below the Capital's streets. He discovers rare bats in disused London Underground tunnels and takes a closer look at the lives of the mice he's spent many hours watching from Tube platforms.|
But these aren't the only animals to adapt to the warm habitat which exists far beneath the London streets: the Underground also has its own unique species of biting mosquito.
|20050313||5/5. Matthew Parris concludes his exploration of London's wildlife with a look at the exotic and unusual species which are quietly taking up residence in the city's parks and gardens - from the Australian beetle which turned up in a Chelsea pub to the alien invaders of the plant world.|
Matthew also tries his hand at urban fox-watching and he looks ahead to the wildlife of London in a century's time.