Each chapter is named after an iconic species (Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, Asian lion) of India's remaining wildlife. However each also draws a more general picture of a type of biotope ...
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Each chapter is named after an iconic species (Bengal tiger, Asian elephant, Asian lion) of India's remaining wildlife. However each also draws a more general picture of a type of biotope in another corner of the Indian subcontinent (jungle, Himalayas, desert). Interaction involves fauna, flora and human population.Written by
Nature Lovers Documentary and Wonder Lands of India
I have fallen in love with Nature, wild life, Big cats and David Attenborough's narration. So far I have covered most of the documentaries available on on-demand streaming service platforms, yet there are not many documentaries dedicated to Indian's wild life, in spite of India's contribution to the wild life is very significant.
This documentary is very close to the reality, someone who wonders the possibilities of sharing human life and animal life together, this shows a piece of such information.
Needless to say, Indian wildlife is a treat for wildlife explorers and documentarians, it always puzzles me how can a place like India contains such a vast wild life, eco system of itself, exotic species, a sanctuary for endangered animals.
All in all, this documentary is a must watch.
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