With climate change continuing to be a topic of global debate, National Geographic photographer Joel Sartore continues his quest to photograph every species living in the world’s zoos and wildlife sanctuaries, using the power of photography to inspire people to save species at risk. He’ll stop at nothing to achieve his goal, even if it means following a giant armadillo into a bathroom! Deep in the Amazon rainforest, Joel dives underwater to photograph the largest resident of South America, the Amazonian manatee. Out of his wetsuit and armed with emergency oxygen and his camera, we follow Joel 12,000 feet up in the Colorado Rockies just so he can photograph the American pika, a tiny relative of the hare. Joel will tackle your questions on climate change and even the global pandemic and its effect on animals. This is storytelling NOW.


    Tahli Kouperstein, 240-401-9674, tahli.kouperstein@natgeo.com

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