China: Here in the high altitudes of southern China there is a truly strange species of primate adapted to the cold climate; Golden Snub-nosed Monkeys. It is thought that the monkey's snub nose evolved to help avoid frostbite and their dense fur locks-in body heat. This image is from Wild Far East.
Argentina: Tarantula mating ritual. He strokes her legs gently but quickly in order to subdue her - sending her into a paralyzed trance. While the female is under his spell, he quickly deposits the packet of sperm into the femaleís reproductive organs . This image is from Wild Argentina.
Taiwan: Male Emerald Green Tree Frogs are smaller than females. They will grip onto the female's back during mating; clinging on as the female hops to find a suitable place to lay her eggs. This image is from Wild Far East.
Hamburg, Germany: The completed Elbphilharmonie, as seen from the river, at night. The lower half of the building is the old Kaispeicher A warehouse, which dates back to the 1960s - the glass section on the top is new. This image is from World's Greatest Concert Hall.
Thailand: The variety of habitats of the Far East have generated an incredibly high diversity of species, with predators and prey, insects and colourful birds such as this Hornbill. This image is from Wild Far East.
Queensland, Australia: The head and casque of a female cassowary: Bertha. She is over forty years old and the dominant bird in her rainforest territory. The casque continues to grow throughout the life of a cassowary and is thought to be used in communication between individuals. This image is from Dino Bird.
Flatworms are armed, flexible and dangerously bisexual. These marine hermaphrodites engage in violent sexual sword fights with the loser bearing the physical burden of pregnancy. This image is from Extreme Animals.