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Traveling Exhibition Photography Exhibition

50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs

For 115 years, National Geographic has pioneered and championed the art of wildlife photography.
Also available digitally for venues outside of the U.S.A.
Traveling Exhibition Photography Exhibition

50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs

For 115 years, National Geographic has pioneered and championed the art of wildlife photography.
Also available digitally for venues outside of the U.S.A.

Photograph by Michael Nichols

About this Exhibition

For 115 years, National Geographic has pioneered and championed the art of wildlife photography, and captivated generations of engaged audiences with a steady stream of extraordinary images of animals in nature. From the very first such image to appear – a reindeer in 1903 – National Geographic Society’s publications have broken new ground and push the bar higher again and again, establishing an unmatched legacy of artistic, scientific, and technical achievement. These are the 50 Greatest Wildlife Photographs.

Exhibition Info
  • 50 framed photographs with descriptive labels
  • Text panels
  • Title panel
  • 3,000 sq. feet
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The Exhibition

Education Resources

  • First International Wildlife Conservation Treaty

    On July 7, 1911, four nations signed a treaty that limited the hunting of fur seals in the Pribilof Islands, off the coast of what is now Alaska. It is usually recognized as the first international wildlife conservation treaty.

    Paul Nicklen: Emperors of the Ice

    Wildlife photographer Paul Nicklen dives beneath the Antarctic ice to capture the "bubbly" emperor penguins in action, and risks being mistaken for his subjects by some very hungry predators.

  • First International Wildlife Conservation Treaty

    On July 7, 1911, four nations signed a treaty that limited the hunting of fur seals in the Pribilof Islands, off the coast of what is now Alaska. It is usually recognized as the first international wildlife conservation treaty.

  • Paul Nicklen: Emperors of the Ice

    Wildlife photographer Paul Nicklen dives beneath the Antarctic ice to capture the "bubbly" emperor penguins in action, and risks being mistaken for his subjects by some very hungry predators.

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