It may have taken nearly three years to make, involving 117 filming trips across 40 countries, but the BBC nature spectacular Planet Earth II is well worth it.
The Sir David Attenborough-narrated show has already grabbed headlines with its first two episodes, so we expect the third, titled Jungles, to be no different.
So far, the show has shown gripping footage of a baby marine iguana trying to escape a nest of racer snakes, and footage of what some labelled a “rape” between two mating snow leopards.
The third episode sees the team head to the jungle in Brazil, exploring the rainforests of Costa Rica and the verdant offerings in Madagascar.
Here is a small glimpse of what is in store for viewers:
Among the things viewers will see is a female jaguar on a riverbank in the jungle in Brazil, looking for prey.
Indri Lemurs are the largest of their variety to be found in Madagascar. They live in rainforests and will be shown soaring through the air as they leap from one tree to the next.
3. A red-eyed tree frog