The BBC has announced Sir David Attenborough will present their new natural history series, A Perfect Planet.
The five-part series will explore the perfect conditions that planet Earth provides for life to flourish.
A Perfect Planet will explore how the forces of nature, such as weather, ocean currents, solar energy and volcanoes, drive and support the diverse range of life on every corner of the Earth.
David Attenborough said: "Oceans, sunlight, weather and volcanoes - together these powerful yet fragile forces allow life to flourish in astonishing diversity. They make Earth truly unique - a perfect planet.
“Our planet is one in a billion, a world teeming with life. But now, a new dominant force is changing the face of Earth: humans,” he added. “To preserve our perfect planet we must ensure we become a force for good."
Describing her excitement for the new series, Charlotte Moore, BBC Director of Content said: “I’m thrilled that Sir David Attenborough will be our trusted guide to A Perfect Planet.
“It will be a breath-taking series celebrating the intricate systems that allow our planet to thrive, bringing together a unique perspective with ground-breaking camera technology."
A Perfect Planet will air on BBC One and Discovery later this year.