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Nature Documentary narrated by David Attenborough and published by BBC broadcasted as part of BBC Wildlife Specials series in 1999 - English narration

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Hugh Miles & Chip Houseman won the BAFTA for best factual photography in 2000 for this programme.
Dangerous, powerful, but above all breath-takingly beautiful, tigers have for centuries sparked awe and admiration. Yet, it is their very uniqueness which has made them a prized object for hunters. This film could be the last complete portrait of tigers in the wild as there is a real chance they could be extinct within the next decade. Their elusive lifestyle has made filming difficult, but after 25 years of the Project Tiger scheme operating in India's Madhya Pradesh, these big cats have become more trusting. An award-winning team of producers and cameramen have teamed up to follow the lives of several tigers by day and, by using low-light cameras, at night. The result shows the majesty of these fascinating animals and the importance of saving them from extinction.

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Video Codec: xvid
Video Bitrate: 1781 kbps
Video Resolution: 624x352
Video Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Codec: ac3
Audio BitRate: 192kbps @ 48kHz
Audio Channels: 2
RunTime Per Part: 00:49:34 mins
Part Size: 698,53Mb
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