Good news for nature lovers – National Geographic is screening documentaries to watch for free in its auditorium at its concept store at VivoCity.
Impress your friends with your newly acquired knowledge, they show different films for every day of the week:
Monday: Easter Island Underworld
Tuesday: Hawaii’s Megavolcano
Wednesday: Zoo Tiger Escape
Thursday: Predator Battleground
Friday: Volcano Hunters
Saturday: Last Lioness
Sunday: Zoo Tiger Escape
While some may argue that you can watch such films online, I contest that nothing is as close as watching it at National Geographic itself, with the dim setting at the quiet auditorium, huge screen which clearly shows every single detail you are meant to see, and the beauty of the film itself.
Having watched Zoo Tiger Escape, I was taken through the life of a pair of leopards, how the mother took care of its cub, how the cub stumbled and fell and how it grew up to be able to fend for itself.
The documentary was enriching and packed with vivid details – the twitch of a leopard’s eye spreads across the huge screen, and is definitely a good way to spend your time – knowing the planet just a little better – rather than spending your last dollar on a handbag, for the said last time.