National Geographic commemorates 125 years of exploration by reintroducing timeless classics from its rich archives through specially priced double feature releases.
Jane Goodall: My Life With Chimpanzees provides an intimate yet sweeping portrait of the extraordinary woman who, in 1960, went alone into the heart of Africa at the age of 26 and remained there for decades studying chimpanzees.
In America’s Lost Mustang famed “horse whisperer” Pat Parelli journeys to find the last descendants of America's first mustangs, isolated for centuries in the rural Southwest, with the hope of breeding them back from the brink of extinction.
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In 1960 Jane Goodall set out for Tanzania's
remote Gombe Stream Game Reserve to study the behavior of man's closest living relative, the chimpanzee. With dedication and perseverance she earned the trust of a wild chimp community, and gradually they ...
Africa has a name for the most magnificent
beasts on the continent. The legendary Big Five: elephant, lion, water buffalo, rhino, and leopard. But now, there are other giants that must be recognized. Half a world away, there is an ...