A decade ago, Planet Earth rocked the world as one of the most beautifully shot and produced nature documentaries. You've probably seen that BBC, David Attenborough, and team are back again with Planet Earth II, premiering tomorrow, November 13.
Ten years of technical advances means this series is even more creative—and that extends to the behind-the-scenes footage. BBC has released two videos using 360 cameras that lets you explore two of the more remote locations where the crew shot, an uninhabited island in the Galapagos and the Kashmir Mountains.
The filmmakers even caught something never before seen on camera: two snow leopards mating in the wild. Isn't nature magnificent?