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LEARNING ABOUT TIGERS AND MORE
on 31 October 2017
This is a brilliant 177 min REGION B/2 DVD, but what else would you expect of a wildlife documentary involving Sir David Attenborough.
Elephants carrying spy cams are used to track the lives of four tiger cubs and their mother. In unbelievably intimate footage you watch the cubs progress from their first playful sorties from their den and on through their learning adolescence. It's very rare for four cubs to survive through to adulthood and these tigers face many dangers along the way-from rogue male tigers and leopards in their territory to being left alone at home.
By following the tigers the camera carrying elephants uncover rarely seen wildlife, encountering a rock python, cheeky langur monkeys, an elusive sloth bear that carries her babies on her back, a leopard with her cubs and a fearsome pack of red dogs.
Even if you viewed this on TV the DVD can be used by children for educational purposes.