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Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

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Who needs US thrillers and Scandi-dramas when you've got Sir David Attenborough talking about wild hamsters or snub-nosed monkeys
Surprise! (Now I want to kill you)
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Don't be fooled, this isn't a friendly greeting between a gentoo penguin and a leopard seal.We know the gentoos are cute, the gentoos know they're cute but the seals like nothing more than dismembering and devouring a couple for their tea.
Three perfect floofs
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Grey-headed albatross chicks don't just sit on nests like these to look cool, they keep them off the wet ground below.If they fall out of the nest and can't get back in, the chicks can freeze to death - which sounds about right for an Attenborough series. We're still not over what happened with the barnacle goslings - and they tumbled (some to their death) onto our screens way back in 2014.
The snub-nosed crew
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Oh sure, these snub nosed monkeys from Eastern China look cute now, but just wait until the teeth and claws come out.
Bonus: This is a baby snub
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Something awful's going to happen to this little guy, isn't itA firm 'no'
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Starfish are hard to love with their lack of a brain and weird eating habits, but stick a massive sea spider (the size of a dinner plate, we're led to believe) on top and we're out. Sorry boys.
That's more like it
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

This is a European hamster and he probably deserves his own spin-off series because this guy has one hell of a back-story.The ones we'll see in Seven Worlds, One Planet live in graveyards in Vienna and have been in the area for decades, but now live among the dead because development has robbed them of the meadows they used to inhabit.Honestly BBC bosses, commission this.
'We used to be fun, Jeremy'
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

The blank, exhausted expressions of parents with young children everywhere.
These guys are guanaco
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Similar to a llama, guanaco are handy for their fur and not without their charm.
Petflix and chill
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Sure, this seal pup looks cute to you, but show this to a penguin and he'll have a thing or two to say.
So terrible, they named him (horribly) twice
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Known to people in Australia (where they live in the desert) as the thorny devil, the scientific name for these spiky reptiles is Moloch horridus - which isn't much nicer.
The man, the myth
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Name a cooler 93-year-old. We'll wait.Seven Worlds, One Planet starts on BBC One on Sunday 27 October at 6.15pm.If you want more to get you in the mood, here's the official trailer.
Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

Seven Worlds, One Planet: Meet the stars of the new David Attenborough series

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