Prof. Ken Sims of the University of Wyoming looking over a lava crater at Mount Nyiragongo. Lava from this volcano is a window into the centre of the Earth, and surprisingly tells us about a global system that keeps life here safe from the Sunâs deadly radiation. This image is from One Strange Rock.
Gombe, Tanzania: David Greybeard was the first chimp to lose his fear of Jane, eventually coming to her camp to steal bananas and allowing Jane to touch and groom him. As the film JANE depicts, Jane and the other Gombe researchers later discontinued feeding and touching the wild chimps. This image is from Jane.
Michoacan, Mexico: Young people dressed as Catrinas wait for nightfall, when they will parade silently through the streets as part of Capula, MichoacÃ¡nâs traditional Day of the Dead celebrations. This image is from One Strange Rock.
Fort Pierce, FL: Christopher has spent his life in a cage at a former medical research facility in New Mexico. Now, after a 2200 mile journey, he takes his first steps outside a cage onto a custom built island in Florida that will be his new home. This image is from American Chimpanzee.
Pathum Thani, Thailand: A hundred thousand Buddhist monks congregate for the Magha Puja festival at the Wat Phra Dhammakaya temple. They reflect and give thanks in celebration of the balance that they believe crucial to their lives. As part of the ceremony thousands of candles are lit and carried three times around the golden dome. This image is from One Strange Rock.
Kabalutan, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia: Fandi, an expert Bajau Laut fisherman, shows the OSR crew his freediving prowess as he hunts for fish with his handmade spear gun. This image is from One Strange Rock.
Fort Pierce, FL: Angie (front), Genoveva and Lily (back) have spent their lives in cages at a former medical research facility in New Mexico. Now, after a 2200 mile journey, they take their first steps outside a cage onto a custom built island in Florida that will be their new home. This image is from American Chimpanzee.
Gombe, Tanzania: Jane Goodall and infant chimpanzee Flint reach out to touch each other's hands. Flint was the first infant born at Gombe after Jane arrived. With him she had a great opportunity to study chimp developmentâand to have physical contact, which is no longer deemed appropriate with chimps in the wild. This image is from Jane.
A family of macaques sit on the rocks of Koram Island, Thailand. These macaques are one of very few primates to utilize stone tools - wielding them to crack open foraged shellfish. This image is from One Strange Rock.
Pushkar, Rajasthan, India: Camel owners shave intricate and detailed patterns into the fur of their camels in order to make them more attractive and increase their sales prices. Shaving like this requires a trusting relationship between shaver and camel as it can take up to a week to complete. Every day the camel must sit patiently for up to an hour, before it gets a break to walk around and eat. Camels are treated with love and respect in Rajasthan. This image is from One Strange Rock.