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How to Clone a Mammoth — THU, JAN 27 AT 7:30 PM
Invisible Wonders — THU, MAR 17 AT 7:30 PM
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Nat Geo Live: How to Clone a Mammoth

Jan 27 - 28, 2022

Could extinct species, like mammoths and passenger pigeons, be brought back to life? National Geographic Emerging Explorer Beth Shapiro is one of the scientists investigating this intriguing possibility. From deciding which species should be restored to anticipating how revived populations might be overseen in the wild,the technical challenges and ethical considerations of de-extinction are substantial. Join Shapiro for a vivid exploration into the extraordinary cutting-edge—and controversial—science that is being used today to resurrect the past.

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Nat Geo Live: Invisible Wonders

Mar 17 - 18, 2022

Photographer Anand Varma has developed innovative techniques—even building some of his own equipment—to create remarkable images of creatures whose incredible details are otherwise invisible to the naked eye. From the secret life cycle of the honeybee to the lightning-fast behaviors of hummingbirds, join him for a rare and fascinating glimpse of our world’s hidden wonders.

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Nat Geo Live: Improbable Ascent

Jun 16 - 17, 2022

With her trademark humor and wit, world champion paraclimber and 2019 National Geographic Adventurer of the Year Maureen Beck chronicles her adventures as a one-handed athlete.

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