Never is there a time where female curlers get more attention than in the winter Olympics. While curling clubs are open year long, it is at the Olympics that the curlers play on the big stage. With this national exposure comes parodies, and for curling, there may not be a better one than this.

Sir David Attenborough has been the voice of BBC wildlife documentaries for 60 years, but he has never met a creature as captivating and interesting as the female curler. In this video, he explains to viewers exactly what goes on in the curling world, who the big players are and what their roles are. While watching wild creatures can be dangerous, this short documentary shows that it can also be incredibly rewarding.