ANIMAL PLANET – Mondays from 14 November, 10.30pm

This series features a selection of different species that inhabit isolated islands around the world. It explores the challenges faced by animals and plants that have had to adapt to the local conditions of their territories, such as living in isolation, surviving in the limited space of an island, competing to find a niche to exploit and surviving the alliances established among different species. A marine iguana on the Galapagos Islands, a group of lemurs in Madagascar, a tiger in Sariska National Park in India, a deer in the south of Jersey Island, an orangutan in Borneo and a crocodile in Papua New Guinea are just some of the examples of species living in isolation that are featured in this series.