National Geographic captures on film the giant pandas living in Wolong National Nature Reserve in China.
One of the rarest species on the planet, the ever-elusive, gentle creature is also on the brink of extinction due to centuries of human expansion and destruction of their habitat.
Nicholas Brown’s 40-minute natural history film — which is in 3D — educates viewers on the life and habits of pandas as well as scientific efforts to increase breeding.
To Dec. 31. National Geographic Museum, 1145 17th St. NW. Tickets are $7. Call 202-857-7588 or visit ngmuseum.org.
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