Disney Plus once again partners with sister company National Geographic on two natural history documentaries in honor of Earth Day, April 22.

Explorer: The Last Tepui features climbers Alex Honnold (Free Solo) and Mark Synnott as they set out to climb the never-before-attempted steep faces of one of Guyana’s tepuis. Their goal: to assist Dr. Bruce Means in his search for undiscovered animal species in a place that is not known to have been searched by modern scientists.

Explorer: The Last Tepui

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Closer to home, Nat Geo returns to Apricot Lane Farms in Ventura County, Calif., where John and Molly Chester turned almost barren land into a verdant farm, hosting all sorts of animals including Emma the Pig and Moe the lamb. The documentary, a follow-up to 2018’s award-winning The Biggest Little Farm, also educates viewers on the importance of soil health, biodiversity and regeneration.

The Biggest Little Farm: The Return

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