France: The Wild Side
Wolves, wild boar and even bears are all revealed to be living in the French wilderness.
Geese in flight
A flock of geese over the French countryside.
Bears, once found throughout France, are now confined to small pockets of the Pyrenees.
Marmots inhabit alpine regions of France where they live underground in family groups.
Just one of the many stunning aerial shots taken for France: The Wild Side.
Marine reserve manager Jean-Marie Dominici dives with the grouper in Scandola.
A griffon vulture takes to the skies.
In Europe, wild boar can be found in large herds of up to 100 individuals.