Naturalist Casey Anderson and cat expert, Tyler Johnerson, set out to track one of North America’s most elusive ghosts: the mountain lion. Armed with specialized camera technology, Casey and Tyler hope to document "never before seen" footage of mountain lions living in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Aided by Tyler’s keen hound dogs, the same strategy employed by leading cat researchers, Tyler and Casey get hot on the heels of this formidable and cunning predatoran animal capable of jumping vertically nearly twenty feet in a single leap and taking prey much larger than its distant relation, the bobcat.
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National Geographic joins award-winning presenter and naturalist Casey
Anderson on a series of breathtakingly wild adventures. From camping out on a wild island, investigating "monster" wolves and rappelling in search of elusive vampire bats; to flying in to witness a ...
National Geographic’s wildlife adventure movie, The Last Lions
, tells the suspense-filled tale of a determined lioness ready to try anything to keep her family alive. Created by pioneering filmmakers Dereck and Beverly Joubert, this beautifully shot film tells the ...
Outside our concrete jungles, beyond the strip malls,
and just minutes from our own backyard is another world that is thriving, fighting, and surviving. Brawny mountains, burning deserts, tangled forests, and curvaceous coasts. A grizzly bear takedown of helpless elk ...