There's an awful lot of cuteness going on in the second part of this documentary which explores the Scottish Highlands
There’s an awful lot of cuteness going on in the second part of this documentary which explores the 20,000 square miles of rugged coastlines, lochs and mountains known as the Scottish Highlands.
Last week, the arrival of spring saw the region’s wildlife looking to mate and breed, but now summer has come and new life is popping up all over the place.
Cue Disney-esque scenes of mountain hare leverets, red deer calves, golden-eye ducklings and pine marten kits.
The alien-like emerald damselfly nymphs, which lurk in a peat pool on the isle of Jura, can’t be described as cute, though, but once they shed their skins they are truly beautiful.
Another enthralling slice of highland (wild)life.