A story that focuses on a tigress named 'Raj Bhera' and her children in Bandhavgarh tiger reserve, India.
This episode has brought them closer to me than I was before. I learnt quite a lot about this wonderful animal. I am finding myself loving the tigers after watching the episode. For their grace, strength, intelligence, alertness, beauty and also having the highest population of the Tigers in the world, there's no wonder that India has made this amazing creature as its National animal.
The lives of these tigers show that the gender discrimination is not just limited to homo habilus but it stands upright in some of the other species like this one. How is a female cub treated differently from her other male siblings, what forces her to leave her family, how does she build a new territory of her own. This episode on tigers unfolds some of these untold facts of the animal.
As always the episode gets a whole lot of different touch with the narration of Attenborough and the camera work of crew. The filming crew has spent years capturing the minute details. They deserve a big salute.
Like every other episode this, also, has shown the hardships that tigers face. With only few of these left in the wild, it's our duty to preserve this wonderful creation of nature for our future generations.
Do not miss to be awed! Go on, watch it.
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