A decade has passed since the first Planet Earth series was filmed but the nation treasure, Sir Attenborough, will be back to narrate the lives and time of some of the world’s most incredible animals in an all new series.
The first series of Planet Earth was the most expensive documentary ever broadcast, costing £20 million and taking five years to put it together.
NamibRand Nature Reserve, Namibia – Sandgrouse avoiding a knock from a Gemsnock
The new series beginning later this month on BBC One will have six episodes, with each at an hour long. Each week will deal with life in a different environment including mountains, jungles and islands.
Hemis National Park, Ladakh, India – A snow leopard triggers a remote camera-trap.
There is no official release date as of yet but the six-part series will start near the end of October and carry on through November. Be sure to check out the trailer below.
Source: Daily Mail