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Since I saw the documentaries of Félix Rodríguez de la Fuente in my childhood, I was very clear about my vocation, it has not been easy, but today I combine my work as a professor of zoology at the University of Córdoba with the making of nature documentaries. The relationship between the two professions is increasingly synergistic. Even recording techniques are now helping me to develop my research work more than ever, being able to discover exciting aspects of the behavior of animals.
I hope you enjoy my work, they are made with a single goal: to convey a feeling of deep love and respect for my environment.
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Discovering animal behavior

01. Little Slavers

Dr. Alberto Tinaut, discovered a new species of ant in Sierra Nevada that shows a spectacular behavior capturing other ants as slaves.

02. Color Messages

Why do birds have bright colors? Researcher Juan Carlos Senar has discovered that different colors have different messages.

03. Color Messages

Dr. Juan Moreno has discovered that through the colors of their eggs, female flycatchers can communicate their quality to males.

04. Scented seducers

In courtship lizards use chemical communication. These `` perfumes '' are even made up of vitamins.

05. Business cards

The smell left by voles is like a business card that reduces aggressions when someone invades someone else's territory.

06. Fertilization on demand

Dr. Carranza has shown something incredible, females choose males of different characteristics depending on the sex of the offspring they are going to have.

07. To love dangerously

Cannibalism in tarantulas is the subject of study in this documentary. Through adapted nests the intimate life of these arachnids has been filmed.

08. Courage of mothers

The few bears that remain in the Cantabrian mountains face the infanticidal behavior of the males.

09. Conflictive parenting

This chapter deals with sperm competition in damselflies (a group of dragonflies) and is based on the research of Dr. Adolfo Cordero.

10. Lucky oblivion

Dr. Mario Díaz has shown that the balance between field mice and their predators favors the regeneration of the Mediterranean forest. The mice `` plant '' the oaks.

11. Breeding helpers

The longtail is a very social bird. In addition to always going in flocks, some members of these help others to feed their young.

12. Looking for paradise

According to recent publications by Dr. Eloy Revilla, from EBD, young lynxes are capable of taking more risks, and thanks to this they can colonize new territories.

13. Uncovered travelers

Every year thousands of kites cross the Strait of Gibraltar to reach their breeding areas on the Iberian Peninsula. Now we know the secrets of your trip.

14. Kings of the meadow

The Monfragüe National Park keeps a Mediterranean forest sanctuary, here the black vulture nests. What will be the food sources that support this thriving population? Dr. Emilio Costillo, has analyzed your food preferences.

15. Making the court

Although the males collaborate to attract females to the sands, once they arrive, it becomes clear that they are determined opponents who compete for reproduction.

16. Captives of the forest

The grouse singers are falling silent. Drs, Mario Quevedo and Mª José Bañuelos use powerful geographic information systems to try to avoid it.

17. Seasonal cavemen

In the huge Cueva del Agua there are animals that do not live anywhere else. Dr. Carmen Zamora investigates the behavior of these `` little cavemen ''.

18. Microstrategists

Dr. Santiago Merino studies malaria in the blue tit. Their discoveries open new lines of work to eradicate this serious similar disease in birds and humans.

19. Birds with personality

Scientists have discovered that animals also have personalities and their study is very important for recovery plans for endangered species such as the hermit ibis.

20. Antistress

Dr. Alberto Redondo from the University of Córdoba has discovered that a diet rich in vegetable fats reduces the stress of horses and also the risk of equestrian accidents.

21. Eat or be eaten

Dr. David Álvarez, through an experiment in captivity, has shown that thorns adapt their defense against herons depending on the speed of the water in which they live.

22. Choirs of gallants

The midwife toads attract females by singing, Dr Rafael Márquez from the CSIC performs some ingenious experiments to find out which are the most attractive.

29. Family secrets

Dr. Michael Griesser from the University of Zurich, studies the behavior of the Siberian jay and has discovered the key reasons why young people do not become emancipated and continue to live with their parents.

23. The cost of power

Dr. Isabel Barja studies the wolves in northern Spain and has discovered that the dominant wolves are those that suffer the most stress.

24. Living on the edge

The huge iron limpet is in danger of extinction. Dr. José Carlos García Gomez from the University of Seville has discovered that this limpet has adapted by changing sex to the captures it has suffered since prehistoric times. The port of Ceuta is an ideal refuge for them.

25. Harems in the Arctic

This documentary shows the Sami traditional handling of the Reindeer and Dr. Øystein Holand's studies on the influence of the proportion of males on the reproductive success of this species.

26. dance with me

Dr. Amotz Zahavi proposed in the 70s the Handicap Theory inspired by these curious birds of the desert, becoming one of the fathers of Ethology. The documentary shows one of the most curious examples of this theory, `` The Morning Dance ''.

27. Wings over the Pyrenees

The bearded vulture is one of the most threatened species in the Iberian Peninsula. This documentary shows how the study of their behavior, and specifically, their dispersal, can be used to design conservation strategies.

28. Boys to eat

Communication between parents and children varies depending on the species. Dr. Jiri Porket studies this communication in the redstart that lives in the coniferous forests of the Czech Republic, deciphering how the food distribution is in the nest.

29. Family secrets

Dr. Michael Griesser from the University of Zurich, studies the behavior of the Siberian jay and has discovered the key reasons why young people do not become emancipated and continue to live with their parents.


This series aims to contribute to the dissemination of scientific works carried out by prestigious researchers in the field of Ethology. In addition to helping to understand why animals behave in a certain way, in a specific situation. Deep knowledge of how nature works is the best tool for awareness and conservation.

The chosen format of 5-minute chapters facilitates its dissemination through the internet and mobile devices.



International Award for Documentary Made by TELENATURA Scientists. 2008

BRONZE PRISM International for Scientific Dissemination. Coruñeses Scientific Museums. 2009

Finalist Doñana International Scientific Film Festival. 2011

6th International Science Film Festival of Athens, tribute and projection.

Finalist ROME DOCSCIENT 2011 3rd International Scientific Film Festival of Universities and Research Authorities.

Award for the Documentary Most Voted by the Public. "Harems in the Arctic" MINIDOC 2014 Polán.

Finalist XXVII INTERNATIONAL BIENNIAL OF SCIENTIFIC FILM. Series Discovering Animal Behavior and "Daring Moths". Round.

Finalist XV SCIENCE IN ACTION. Series "Discovering Animal Behavior" and "Bear Moths". Barcelona.

Finalist in the International Scientific Film and Video Exhibition DOCUMEN-TALES, Medellín Colombia April 2012.