National Geographic ChannelNat Geo WildNat Geo PeopleNat Geo People
https://assets-natgeotv.fnghub.com/Shows/61957.jpg
  • ACCESS 360°: LAKE TURKANA

ABOUT THE SHOW

In Northern Kenya’s unforgiving desert landscape, Lake Turkana’s shores are home to the oldest-known fossil remains of our human ancestors and to one the world’s largest breeding grounds for Nile crocodiles. Over the years, Turkana’s already parched land has faced an environmental catastrophe – the Lake is drying up. But even in the face of adverse climate change, scientists and experts have been relentless in their quest to protect this remarkable land, with its unparalleled fossil beds and its numerous species of bees, for the sake of understanding our human story and perhaps to save our future. Fortunately, hope is within reach for Turkana:  giant aquifers are set to provide Kenya with water for well over half a century.
Read More

Access 360°: Lake Turkana on Facebook

Get news on your profile
ADVERTISEMENT