Crimes Against Nature
National Geographic's new TV show Crimes Against Nature follows FREELAND and the task forces we train to nab wildlife crooks.
"Crimes Against Nature" on NatGeo TV
National Geographic TV follows FREELAND as our staff go undercover with police task forces tracking down criminal syndicates trafficking endangered animals.
The 4-episode “Crime Against Nature” series documents underground trafficking in high-demand ivory, tigers, prized animal parts and exotic pets, as well as our efforts stop this immediate threat to some of our planet's most endangered and iconic species.
Premieres in Asia on National Geographic Channel from May 17 (Check your local guide). Click for a sneak peak of each episode: Inside Illegal Ivory, Tiger Trackdown, Undercover in Thailand, Undercover Trade
FREELAND and its training for task forces featured in the series are sponsored by USAID and Save the Tiger Fund. Support the work to protect wildlife seen on "Crimes Against Nature", donate to FREELAND.
Crime Against Nature [Behind the Scenes]
Go behind-the-scenes of National Geographic's new TV series on FREELAND's efforts to stop wildlife trafficking.