Get the facts and figures on what it took to make the series.
The crew working on Planet Earth II: Cities were reliant on local residents.
Raccoons and macaques are very good at getting around the urban jungle.
Dedicated staff of Barbados Sea Turtle Project save the lives of thousands of turtles.
We collaborated with Rob Whitworth to bring a new perspective to the urban world.
Many sequences for Planet Earth II were possible because of the experts that we work with.
We wanted people to experience the jungle like never before.
Jungles cover just 6% of the Earth’s surface, but house half the land's wildlife.
We wanted people to experience the jungle like never before!
Watch a cheeky spectacled bear dismantle a camera trap!
The Mountains team were lucky enough to visit 500 year old Thikse Monastry.
Join the back scratching, fat wobbling, scent marking party as the bears really cut loose.
How we filmed the eagle POV high over the mountains.
A guide to camera traps and how they were used to film snow leopards.
How to find a snow leopard with wildlife guide Khenrab Phuntsog.
The team stumble across a famous artefact in a remote monastery.
The Snares and Auckland Islands are home to rare and unique plant species.
Some of the darkest tales can be found on these apparently benign-looking shores.