WATCH: The next episode of David Attenborough's new documentary looks typically epic
Battle of the Snow Monkeys. Need we say more?
Well, we kind of have to say more. That's how an article works.
As you might expect, there was a very strong reaction to David Attenborough's latest documentary undertaking; Seven Worlds One Planet.
Having premiered last Sunday, the show proved a big hit with viewers, with many hailing "truly outstanding and shocking television" that felt like an instant classic.
Honestly, we'd expect nothing less from anything that gets the Attenborough seal of approval.
As such, anticipation is building nicely for episode two, which airs this Sunday - 3 November - on BBC One at 6.15pm.
The episode focuses in on the largest "and most extreme" continent on the planet; Asia.
"The animals here face the hottest deserts, tallest jungles and highest mountains found anywhere on Earth. But the continent has not always looked like this," notes the official preview.
"These extreme worlds were created when India collided with the rest of Asia 30 million years ago, shaping the continent as we know it today. Animals here have adapted to the extreme environments in almost unbelievable ways."
And those ways will be depicted in the usual brilliance of the BBC production team, with one clash in particular lighting up the latest trailer as snub-nose monkeys in China battle the elements in a difficult fight for survival.
Check out the trailer below.
Clip via BBC Earth