The new BBC series Planet Earth II, like the Planet Earth that came before it, promises to take you deep into the natural world, to places that humans without multimillion-dollar budgets could never tread. Cold places, searing places, tippy-top-of-mountains places.
As a companion to the series, the BBC is releasing incredible 360-degree videos that immerse you in the action like never before. And the latest, embedded above, drops you in the middle of a Costa Rican rainforest to meet a giant snake, a less giant but still fascinating snake, and a lizard that can walk on water. NBD. Just click and drag to look around like Sir Attenborough himself.
(This is the third of six 360-degree videos that the BBC will be publishing. Scroll below to see more.)