Earlier this week the world was delighted to hear of the news that David Attenborough is bringing out a second series of ‘Planet Earth’ after ten years in the making.
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And while we can expect the usual stunning footage taken from African savannahs and tropical rainforests, Attenborough has also decided to dedicate part of the series to animals living in cities and urban areas.
According to the producers of the show, there will be jungles, deserts, mountains, islands and grasslands. But interestingly there will also be a focus on wildlife that exists within busy and developed areas, as these have a whole unique habitat of their own. You can see a hint at this in the recently released trailer:
I was already excited about the new series as it was, but I’m really looking forward to seeing how the urban wildlife is portrayed and captured with the advanced technology used to portray the various habitats. In case you were wondering, the second season will be back on BBC1 in November so be sure not to miss out.
For more on David Attenborough and urban life, here he is narrating a boozy night out.