Visitors to a new touring exhibition in the US will get the chance to see behind the scenes of a natural history film shoot, after details of BBC Earth Explorers were unveiled.
BBC Earth is teaming up with Global Experience Specialists - which is behind the popular Harry Potter and Narnia exhibits - for the museum exhibition, which will feature select content from BBC productions including Blue Planet, Planet Earth and Life.
Currently in development, BBC Earth Explorers will tour across the US over five years. On launch, it will focus on bringing visitors the story behind Life and, as it tours, will be regularly updated to bring new stories from behind the scenes of shows from BBC Earth.
"BBC Earth Explorers is an exciting new way for BBC Earth to engage our audience with natural history in new spaces," said Amanda Hill, director of BBC Earth. "This partnership with GES is a landmark new venture for BBC Earth and we're looking forward to the launch of our first major museum exhibition."
Paula Al-Lach, head of exhibitions and events at BBC Worldwide, added: "We're thrilled to be working with GES to create an immersive, entertaining exhibition which will take fans behind the scenes of their favourite BBC series."