Look at him go!
Swimming his heart out to find a mate, this lovesick pygmy three-toed sloth is one of the stars of Planet Earth II's premiere episode: Islands.
Earth's islands account for just one-sixth of its land area, yet are home to around 20% of our planet's species.
But island life is not exactly a paradise. Of all the species that have gone extinct in the last 500 years, around 80% have been islanders.
Islands takes you to all four corners of the planet. Visit Komodo dragons, chinstrap penguins and iguanas as they face life in this most challenging of environments.
Using these photographs from the series as your inspiration, we want to see your shots of Earth's incredible islands.
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