Disney has released a new clip from the new National Geographic documentary series, “America’s National Parks”, which is an immersive, deep dive into the grandeur and beauty of the treasured landscapes that make up our collective national jewels. From the lush valley floors of Yosemite to the fiery, constantly erupting volcanoes of Hawai’i, these wild open spaces are home to amazing animal inhabitants, from some of the biggest bears on the planet to some of its toughest newts. Each one thrives in the nuanced ecosystems of these cherished parks. Some are seen in intimate glimpses, and others are television firsts, such as the elusive Mexican long-nosed bats feeding at night on the agave plant in Big Bend National Park.
In this clip, the population of bears in Big Bend National Park has been increasing thanks to the protection the park provides. But some of its newest cubs have a lot to learn.
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The five-part documentary series from the award-winning producers of “Planet Earth,” AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS — narrated and executive produced by singer and songwriter Garth Brooks (No. 1-selling solo artist in U.S. history) — premieres on August 29th 2022, at 9/8c over five consecutive nights on National Geographic. All episodes will also be available to stream on Wednesday 31st August 2022, exclusively on Disney+.
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