“Untamed Americas”: National Geographic series airs June 10 and 11
A team of National Geographic producers and photographers went on a journey over thousands of miles from Alaska to Patagonia during the past two years to capture the extreme wildlife of the American continents for the series “Untamed Americas,” airing at 8 p.m. Sunday, June 10 and at 8 p.m. Monday, June 11, according to a news release.
The high-definition series is narrated by Academy Award nominee Josh Brolin and marks the first U.S. simulcast on National Geographic Channel, Nat Geo WILD and Nat Geo MUNDO and takes viewers on a trip across North, Central and South America.
National Geographic cameramen and producers rappelled down Peruvian cliffs in sea lion territory; endured jellyfish stings in Monterey, Calif.; slipped down mud paths and stumbled through dark, dense underbrush in the Ecuadorean cloud forest; faced subzero temperatures (-22 degrees Fahrenheit) as well as extreme heat with 100 percent humidity; maneuvered through hurricanes, lost sleeping bags (and sleep!) in 80 mph winds in Chile; and were even stalked by a puma according to information provided by National Geographic.
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