To reveal the secrets of the most mysterious of all big cats, a crack team of conservationists hire one of the U.S.'s finest trackers, Boone Smith, to locate, capture and film wild jaguars using all means necessary. Jaguars are notoriously elusive, and consequently the least studied of all big cats. Chance sightings and occasional captures have helped explain some aspects of jaguars' lives, but mostly they operate beyond the reach of scientists. Boone’s mission clashes his experience in the wilderness of the Rockies with the hazards of Belize's jungles and Brazil's swamps. He needs to learn quickly from local experts and draw deeply on his own expertise to achieve their goal: to reveal startling new insights into the hidden lives of these magnificent creatures.
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These four titles represent the best of National
Geographic's wildlife programs. Discover the uncanny hunting prowess and uncertain future of the elusive jaguar. Witness the ancient blood feud waged between Africa’s lions and hyenas. Brave the trackless Great ...
Combine Kobe Bryant's ability to jump, Michelle Kwan's
grace and beauty, and Stephen Hawking's problem-solving genius, and you've got the recipe for Super Cat. National Geographic combines the most amazing features of big cats and puts the feline superpowers of ...
Equipped with three-inch long canines and retractable claws
like switchblades, big cats are among the fiercest and most fascinating beasts on the planetcapable of taking down fleet footed antelope or two ton elephants. National Geographic crawls through African grasslands and ...