In the aftermath of its world premiere in National Geographic and Nat Geo Wild, Born Wild: The Next Generation is set to debut its broadcast network on Saturday 25 April on ABC, leading to an explosion of Earth Day programming.
The next generation is created in conjunction with National Geographic and hosted by Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts, Born Wild, Global actor Chris Hemsworth and leading ABC news anchors and correspondents who share tales of hope and give the viewer the most exciting journey breathtaking places around the world to see and honor inspiring baby animals, their families and habitats’ diversity and resilience.
The interactive special offers visitors with an insight into the next generation of Earth’s animals and their habitats, which face harsh environmental changes. The life of animals and their ecosystems are vital to a safe world.
Born Wild: The Next Generation
Born Wild: The next generation poses complex geographical locations that give special attention to soil and aquatic animals. Via movie clips, our cameras concentrate on amazing life stories on Earth and provide unparalleled access to:
Humpback Whale Calves in the Waters of Hawaii
Brian Skerry, a renowned marine photographer and National Geographic Explorer, encounters baby humpback and her mothers. The gentle moments exchanged by these gentle giants allow tourists to appreciate their precious ocean sanctuary.
Lion Cubs in the Savannas of Kenya
Big cat specialists, conservationists, and National Geographic Explorers Dereck and Beverly Joubert and Juju Chang, co-anchor of the Nightline, are embarking on a journey near finding the specific stolenness of the lions that the Jouberts have been following for years. The next generation of lion kittens on the African continent is endangered by habitat destruction, forest, and trophy hunting.
Black Bear Cubs in the Forests of Minnesota
Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant and Ginger Zee, the chief meteorologist at ABC News, are part of a group of renowned researchers who perform a long-term study of black bears. The team encounters newborn black bear babies, cute additions to a population that adapts to a changing environment.
Baby Primates in the Jungles of Sri Lanka
National Geographic Explorer Sandesh Kadur travels through Buddhist temple ruins to a natural reserve to meet with primatologist Dr. Wolfgang Dittus and encounter a close-knit, personal monkey culture.
Harp Seal Pups on the Icy Floes of Canada
Public geographic photographer Jennifer Hayes and interviewer T.J. “Good Morning America.” Holmes set out on Prince Edward Island to bear witness to the magic of their mothers’ harp seal pups.
Koala Joeys in Australia’s Reserves
Movie star Chris Hemsworth takes us to the Friends of Koala wildlife rescue community in New South Wales, Australia. There he tells two young koalas: Ember, a survivor of recent wildfires, and Dimples, a joey orphan who is raised by hand to come back to the wild.