Leopards At The Door+
National Geographic photographer Steve Winter has spent his life working to save endangered big cats through his award winning pictures. Now he turns his lens on an elusive and deadly predator: the leopard. In this episode Steve ventures deep into the beating heart of Mumbai to capture stunning imagery that shows how leopards and people can co-exist. Could Mumbai's leopards be a model for how we can learn to live with these iconic creatures?
Orangutan On The Edge+
Their name translates as person of the forest. They are among our closest cousins. They look and act in ways we find instantly familiar. But orangutans remain a mystery, living in solitude high in the forest canopies of Borneo and Sumatra. And now, as deforestation and poaching threaten the very existence of orangutans, we're racing to understand their life in the wild. National Geographic photographer Tim Laman is on a mission to tell the story of Borneo orangutans before it's too late. Trekking to remote locations and scaling massive trees, he's documenting behaviors we've never seen - and showing how different groups of orangutans develop unique...
Sharks Under Attack+
National Geographic Photographer Brian Skerry has appointed himself the shark's public relations expert. In this episode we follow Brian to unexpected territory-Cape Cod. While great white sharks usually assemble in hubs like South Africa and Australia they have recently made their way to the northern Atlantic. Brian's quest is to frame these creatures not as violent Jaws-like man-eaters but as kings of the oceans who keep its fragile ecosystems functioning.