Mashable and Nat Geo Wild have partnered to launch two new digital series.
The first show will focus on how animals use tools to survive. The second will be a humorius combination of Internet culture and National Geographic’s archival content.
“We’re incredibly excited to be able to tap into National Geographic’s vast archive of wildlife content and bring it to life in new ways for our audience,” said Mashable’s chief strategy officer Adam Ostrow, in a statement. “Creating serialized video content in partnership with TV networks is a key pillar of our strategy at Mashable Studios, and we’re delighted to be teaming up with one of the most iconic brands in media to deliver on this mission.”