Sunday 26 February 2017

In Pictures: Planet Earth II's most incredible moments

The brave little stars of the first episode. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
The brave little stars of the first episode. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
Wild horses, or mustang, in Planet Earth II Credit: BBC
Sunday night's Planet Earth captured the first ever recorded sighting of snow leopards mating in the wild.
Wild horses battle for the watering hole and their pick of females. Pic: Planet Earth 2
The 'Medusa' snakes. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
The chase is on. Planet Earth 2
A young Nubian Ibex prepares to head down a steep cliff in search of water. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
The waterhole: planet Earth II Credit: BBC
A glass frog fights off a wasp to protect his tadpoles. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
A sand grouse chick: Planet Earth II Credit: BBC
A billion locusts: Planet Earth II Credit: BBC
Horror hawks: Planet Earth II Credit: BBC
Horror hawks: Planet Earth II Credit: BBC
The desert chase on Planet Earth II Credit: BBC
A lioness and a giraffe go head-to-head. Pic: Planet Earth 2
A leopard is caught on camera in the city streets of Mumbai. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
The Hawksbill baby turtles in Planet Earth II. Pic: BBC
Stolen hearts. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
Murmuration of starlings over Rome. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
Raccoons are learning how to adapt to city life. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
Spotted hyenas prowl the streets of Harar. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II
Cheeky langur. Pic: BBC Planet Earth II

BBC's second series of Planet Earth II showed us the remarkable ways in which animals have learned to survive on this ever-changing planet.

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