It’s ten years since David Attenborough and the BBC gave the world Planet Earth but now they’re back with Planet Earth II. Here is some amazing wildlife photography to show why it's worth watching.
In January, the island of Zavodovski is covered with penguin chicks. Each couple lays two eggs in nests made of small stones or even bones, to aid drainage
A hatchling marine iguana sits on the head of an adult at Cape Douglas, on the island of Fernandina Photograph: Elizabeth White/BBC
A mother three-toed pygmy sloth carries her baby on her chest. The youngster is around 6 months old, and will remain with its mother for a further 6 months, until it is able to fend for itself
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A chain of salt lakes, found at over 4000m high in the Andes, provide a safe refuge for flamingo colonies. They gather here to breed, first performing a peculiar parade dance to select a mate
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Galapagos racer snakes peer from rocks in search of marine iguana hatchlings, which would make for an easy meal. The scene was filmed for the BBC’s Planet Earth II.