DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S GROUND-BREAKING WILDLIFE SHOW RETURNS AS PLANET EARTH II

DAVID ATTENBOROUGH’S GROUND-BREAKING WILDLIFE SHOW RETURNS AS PLANET EARTH II

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The first Planet Earth series made a decade ago was the most expensive documentary ever made, costing more than £20million.It was sold to 155 countries. The highlight of the new season out on BBC One later this month is footage of the snow leopard pictured high on a ridge in the Hemis National Park in Ladakh, India.
Red-eyed tree frog COSTA RICA JUNGLE
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Red-eyed tree frog takes a rest in the Jungles of Costa Rica

SAND GROUSE FLY AWAY FROM BATTLING ORYX
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Sand grouse quickly take to the wing to get out of the way of these fighting Oryx

The big cat, which survives at higher altitudes than any other leopard, has triggered a remote control camera trap, which captures this close-range picture.This new six-part series, shot in ultra-high definition, will criss-cross the globe, from the tree frogs of the Costa Rican jungles to sand grouse in the deserts of Namibia.
Sloth mother carrying baby
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A mother three-toed pygmy sloth carries her baby on her chest

penguin chicks on the island of Zavodovski
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Penguin chicks litter the island of Zavodovski every January

serval cat hunting prey
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A serval cat in South Africa leaps three meters through the air to attack her rodent prey from above

We also glimpse a predatory serval cat in the grasslands of South Africa and travel to the remote Subantarctic island of Zavodoski, home to the world’s largest penguin colony.The latest technology allows the audience to experience the wilderness as if they were there. Sir David, now 90, is also launching his Natural Curiosities series on the Eden TV channel

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