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Tigers Of The Snow/Search For

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National Geographic commemorates 125 years of exploration by reintroducing timeless classics featuring "great explorations" from its archives. Search for the Afghan Girl follows the expedition to find the mysterious green-eyed Afghan refugee girl who captivated the world in perhaps the most famous National Geographic magazine cover. Journey to the Afghan-Pakistan border with the photographer who took this world-famous picture as he attempts to track down his anonymous subject. Follow clues and rumors through the twisting byways of a teeming refugee camp on a mission to solve this 17 year old mystery. In Tigers of the Snow, National Geographic ventures into the dense forests of coastal Siberia to track the biggest cat on earth, the elusive Siberian Tiger. Join a team of Russian and American scientists who are risking their lives to save this highly endangered and highly dangerous creature. Some 300 Siberian tigers survive in the wild, concentrated in a shrinking habitat and under siege from poachers.
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