In Papua New Guinea a group of initiates is about to enter the final stage of a long and arduous ritual. There is no set age for the rite, but no one can have full status as a man until he's been scarred with mark of the crocodile.
The highlands of Papau New Guinea - a place so remote that the people who live here are among the most isolated. One of the native tribes practices an ageless ritual so secret that it has never before been witnessed by some members of the tribe.
Lions and the Maasai people in Kenya live in tense co-existence. Innovative programs, such as Lion Guardians and the Predator Compensation Fund, aim to show that the lions are more valuable to the Maasai alive than dead.
In this one-on-one with National Geographic Kids Senior Editor Rachel Buchholz, Jack Black, star of Kung Fu Panda, offers his funny take on being the magazine's guest editor, how to save the environment, and what you can learn from the movie .
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