Mangrove predators | The Blue Planet
When unusually high spring tides flood the mangrove swamps, it allows the larger predators access to these hard to reach places. Mangroves are usually the realm of small fish who find shelter and sanctuary among the roots of the trees. Large predators, such as tarpon have a unique strategy. When the tide turns, the remnant pools become stagnant and lacking in oxygen, however the tarpon have adapted to breathe air and so can quickly out manoeuvre the drowsy, smaller fish.Tweet
Baby ibex chased by fox | Planet Earth II
Vertiginous slopes keep ibex families safe from predators but they need to descend to flat ground to drink and this brings them in contact with a fox.
In-flight movie | Natural World
The team attach a 360 degree camera to the eagle to study the movement of the wings.