November 17, 2012
- Time 1:00 p.m.
- Location Washington, D.C.
- Price Adults: $16; Children 12 and under: $12
Bring your family to see captivating images of emperor penguins by Paul Nicklen, one of National Geographic’s best wildlife photographers. Nicklen specializes in photographing the world’s polar regions, and in the November National Geographic, he captured amazing images of penguins launching themselves at high speed through holes in the sea ice.
One of Paul’s penguin photos has earned him the prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year award! Read about it on the National Geographic News Watch Blog.
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Discover what it’s like to go on a rain forest expedition in search of amazing wildlife with photographers and scientists Tim Laman and Ed Scholes, authors of the new Nat Geo book Birds of Paradise Revealed.
Starring Heather Graham and Lang Lang, The Flying Machine is the first film ever to combine 3-D, stop motion animation, and live action. Presented as part of the Kids Euro Festival.
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