National Geographic Live!
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Pursuit of the Black Panther with Shannon Wild, Photographer & Cinematographer
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Wildlife photographer and cinematographer Shannon Wild is a passionate conservationist who lives in Africa but works wherever the wildlife calls. In her 15 years documenting wildlife, she’s been mauled by a cheetah, charged by an elephant, lions, and buffalo, and bitten countless times by snakes and lizards. But her most recent assignment might prove her most difficult yet: producing a documentary about a rare black panther—the only one living in 250 square miles of dense forest in southern India. Get an inside look at the challenges and dangers of tackling an assignment in an unforgiving environment, from the narrow dirt roads to extreme weather to unexpected injuries—and worse.
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I Bought A Rain Forest with Charlie Hamilton James, Wildlife Photojournalist
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Over the last five years, photojournalist Charlie Hamilton James has traveled from the east coast of Brazil to the dense Amazon rain forest, living with and hunting with indigenous tribes, many of whom have had little contact with the outside world until recently. A fierce conservationist, his journey challenged his own perceptions of right, wrong and what it takes to survive in the rain forest. His stories might just change the way you think about these indigenous people.
The Anatomy of Deceit with Yudhijit Bhattacharjee, Writer
Tuesday March 31, 2020
Honesty may be the best policy, but scheming and deception are part of what makes us human. Studies show
that our natural instinct to deceive starts in early childhood—by adulthood, we lie with ease, in ways big and small, to strangers, friends, loved ones, and co-workers. Yet despite this, our ability to detect when we are being lied to lags woefully behind. Join National Geographic contributing writer Yudhijit Bhattacharjee for a fascinating exploration of the why behind the lie. He’ll share anecdotes and learnings from his research on the topic, along with strategies for separating fact from fib.
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