Baima Snow Mountain Nature Reserve, Yunnan: Juvenile Yunnan snub nosed monkey in a tree. Rediscovered by scientists in 1979, these monkeys were though to be extinct for over 80 years. This image is from China's Wild Side.
The mummy workshop and communal burial shaft lie in the shadow of two of Saqqara's most famous pyramids - the Step Pyramid and the Unas Pyramid. Workers approach the winch used to carry priceless artifacts out of the tomb shaft. This image is from Kingdom of the Mummies.
Pu'er Sun River National Park, Yunnan: Red Panda walking on a branch. Red pandas spend a lot of their time traversing the trees where they forage for their favorite food, bamboo. This image is from China's Wild Side.
Moremi Game Reserve, Okavango Delta, Botswana: A pack of wild dogs set out for their evening hunt, greeting their pack mates by sniffing enthusiastically, while a passing African elephant keeps an eye on them. This image is from Savage Kingdom.
Dr. Ramadan Hussein and Dr. Matthias Lang survey the newly discovered hidden burial chamber at the bottom of this 100 foot deep tomb complex. Through the opening they can glimpse alabaster canopic jars used to contain organs removed in the mummification process and a hint of blue ushabti figurines, symbolic servants for the afterlife. This image is from Kingdom of the Mummies.