How do we get people to care about these amazing things we share the planet with? asks Joel Sartore, National Geographic photographer featured in the film The Sixth Mass Extinction (20.5 min). He's captured some of the world's most imperiled creatures on film for his Photo Ark Project —from whooping cranes to wolves—before they become extinct. These animals will touch your heart.
In Searching for the Rusty-Patched Bumblebee (19:00 min) Natural History photographer Clay Bolt is on a quest to tell the stories of some of North America’s 4,000 native bees, and an elusive species, the Rusty-Patched Bumblebee, has become his labor of love. Each species of plant and animal life plays its part, often unknown to us humans, in keeping the ecosystem in balance.
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