Saving Our Home Planet With EARTH A New Wild

Saving Our Home Planet With EARTH A New Wild

The world’s population is growing at an unprecedented rate, and Africa is a continent where wildnature is still abundant. The African continent will change more than other parts of the world, according to UN figures. According to the UN, there are 7.5 billion people on earth today, and by the year 2100, that number is predicted to reach 11.2 billion. It’s estimated that Africa alone will grow from 1.25 billion people today to 4 billion people in the year 2100.

The EARTH A New Wild series explores human relationships with the planet’s most fascinating species and wild places. It’s hosted by Dr. M. Sanjayan, a leading conservation scientist and member of the National Geographic Explorers Council. He takes viewers on an incredible visual journey and explains how we connect with the natural systems of the planet. In addition to Sanjayan, Dr. Jane Goodall, an internationally recognized expert on apes and other endangered species, is featured in the series.

The show follows a young Jedi named Vyr, who had been beating Hutt goons for too long. As a result, he had developed a deep respect for nature and had never seen such an impressively beautiful environment. Upon arriving at his new home, he realized that he was completely overwhelmed by the wild nature of the planet. As a result, he had no idea how to deal with it, but he decided to take matters into his own hands and save his giraffes.

The new program explores the connection between humans and the planet’s wild places, and the fascinating species they encounter. It is produced by National Geographic Studios and features Dr. M. Sanjayan, a leading conservation scientist and member of the National Geographic Explorers Council. The series takes viewers on a visually stunning journey to learn more about our planet’s natural systems and the human connection to them. Also featured is Dr. Jane Goodall, who makes a cameo appearance.

This series explores the human relationship to the planet’s wild places and fascinating species. The National Geographic studios’ program is hosted by Dr. M. Sanjayan, a leading conservation scientist and a member of the National Geographic Explorers Council. The series is a visual journey through the planet’s natural systems. The video is made by the Wild Nature Institute. It can also be watched on the internet and in the TV.

The series was filmed in Kenya and Tanzania. The film aired in the United States on November 16. The program was produced by National Geographic Studios. The series was directed by Dr. M. Sanjayan, a world-renowned conservation scientist and member of the National Geographic Explorers Council. The program features interviews with experts and a number of fascinating wildlife species. It is a visually stunning series and will inspire viewers to do their part to save the planet’s wildnature.