National Geographic

The World According to Jeff Goldblum

The World According to Jeff Goldblum

“I’m not here to be didactic or professorial in any way.” Nope, actor and entertainer Jeff Goldblum’s lighthearted new series simply takes us on a journey through the world, as seen through some of the universe’s most inquisitive and uncritical eyes. Coming to Disney+ 11/12/19.

A Mass of Moon Jellies

A Mass of Moon Jellies

Nat Geo series Alaska’s Deadliest captured this awe-inspiring footage of thousands of moon jellyfish descending on a waterway in search of food. These highly toxic, gelatinous creatures make quick work of their prey thanks to the deadly toxins they release on contact.

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2018 Nat Geo Photo Contest

2018 Nat Geo Photo Contest

National Geographic has announced the winners of its 2018 photography contest. The entries were categorized into wildlife, people and places. Fortunately, Nat Geo has made most of them available as free wallpapers for desktops, tablets and smartphones.

JANE (Trailer)

JANE (Trailer)

Brett Morgen’s critically-acclaimed documentary about chimpanzee expert Dame Jane Goodall. JANE is based on over 100 hours of footage shot by Goodall’s ex-husband Hugo van Lawick, and is narrated by the scientist herself. Premieres 10/20/17.

Before the Flood (Full Movie)

Before the Flood (Full Movie)

“In 2040, you will be able to sail over the North Pole.” Fisher Stevens’ documentary about Leonardo DiCaprio’s three-year journey to enlighten himself about climate change is currently available on National Geographic’s YouTube channel for free.

Animal Photography is Hard

Animal Photography is Hard

A humorous look at the professional life of animal photographer Joel Sartore.  Sartore is currently working on National Geographic’s Photo Ark – he’s trying to photograph the world’s 12,000 captive species to raise awareness about endangered animals.

NatGeo: Tales By Light (Trailer)

NatGeo: Tales By Light (Trailer)

National Geographic and Canon’s Tales By Light is a six episode 4K TV miniseries focusing on the insights and work of five of the best Aussie photographers: Art Wolfe, Krystle Wright, Darren Jew, Peter Eastway and Richard I’Anson.

POV Turtle Ride

POV Turtle Ride

National Geographic caught up with a giant Amazon river turtle in South America, and strapped a camera to its back. Let’s go for a ride with this majestic, endangered beast as it interacts with others of its species.

Nat Geo: Nissan GT-R Factory

Nat Geo: Nissan GT-R Factory

Nat Geo’s Megafactories looks at the production of the Nissan GT-R, the auto industry’s unicorn: an excellent supercar that’s boxy, heavy, mass produced and significantly cheaper than its closest competitors.

Tourette’s Sufferers on a Roadtrip

Tourette’s Sufferers on a Roadtrip

(NSFW: Language) From National Geographic’s Strange Behaviours. It’s hard not to laugh at the odd tics of these men with Tourette’s, but it puts into perspective just how hard life can be for them.

Nat Geo Augmented Reality

Nat Geo Augmented Reality

Creative design studio Appshaker created a live augmented reality setup for National Geographic. They displayed live footage of bystanders with interactive CGI, which included a huge T-Rex.

Glow in the Dark Star Map

Glow in the Dark Star Map

Scott Benson’s beautiful illustrated constellation map of the northern hemisphere is also a glow in the dark screenprint. It was inspired by the Nat Geo star chart he had in his bedroom as a child.

Nat Geo: Cultural Differences

Nat Geo: Cultural Differences

National Geographic offers a fascinating series of videos that showcase young men from Sudan and their cultural observations of America, as they are introduced to it for the first time. (Thanks Tyler!)

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Nat Geo: The Average Man

Nat Geo: The Average Man

National Geographic used statistics to come up with the world’s most typical person. So if you ever encounter an alien and you’re asked what the average Earthling is like, you know what to say.

The Honey Badger

The Honey Badger

(NSFW for language) The hilarious narration here only adds to the intrigue of the Honey Badger – fearless, nasty and unstoppable about its eating. Sounds like some people we know. (Thanks Tyler!)

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