Sir David Attenborough narrates the six-part BBC series.

In episode one of this epic BBC series, narrated by Sir David Attenborough, animals must overcome their first great hurdle – surviving infancy.  

Urban fox

Bristol-based wildlife photographer Sam Hobson has spent past few months photographing his local foxes as they develop from cubs into young adults.

Red Squirrel I

A selection of amazing paintings from Albion, an exhibition by Dave White. 

Bull seal catching a wave.

Josh Jaggard has spent the past three years photographing and filming grey seals along the Norfolk coastline. 

Porcelain fungus (Oudemansiella mucida), Halkidiki, Greece.

Agorastos Papatsanis captures the magical beauty of a variety of European mushroom species. 

Gizmo explores his surroundings.

Anup Shah and Fiona Rogers provide an intimate insight into the world of chimpanzees. 

The stalk-eyed fly, Mozambique by Piotr Naskrecki.

A gallery highlighting the work of the world's leading wildlife photographers at Wildscreen Photography Festival on 24 – 26 October.


A peek into the sketchbooks of Robert Gillmor, one of the UK's leading bird artists.

Young badger emerging from sett under an oak tree.

Over the past five years Andrew Mason has been photographing badger families near his home. 

A young otter feeds on an eel.

Award-winning photographer Laurie Campbell documents the return of the otter to the River Tweed.