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The Tiger's Tale  (2000)

Still a lot to learn

An absorbing insight into the early life and development of these elusive and endangered big cats, The Tiger’s Tale follows an experienced tigress as she struggles to keep her latest trio of cubs out of trouble. Beautifully filmed in India’s Bandhavgarh National Park, intimate footage follows the cubs as they suckle, play-fight and feast on the daily kills their mother provides.

Facing a vast array of dangers, even from their own father, memorable scenes depict the close relationship that slowly develops between the old male and his son. Interspersed with footage of the Park’s numerous other inhabitants this Partridge Films production is an engaging and atmospheric look at the lives of young tigers.

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Film credits

Editor: Mark Fletcher
Executive Producer: Michael Rosenberg
Photography: Gil Domb
Assistant Producer: Chris Godden
Unit Manager: Christina Hamilton
Composer: Jennie Muskett
Series Editor: Neil Nightingale
Dubbing Mixer: Chris Domaille
Dubbing Mixer: Richard Crosby
Production: Jane Sabherwal
Writer: Anne MacLeod
Production: Dominic Weston
Production: Karen Meehan
Dubbing Editor: Ken Barton
Photography: Jeff Goodman
Production: Sarah Davies
Editor: Chris Wade
Producer: Clare Fisher
Narrator: Meera Syal
Photography: Alphonse Roy
Writer: F. W. Samarkand
Scientific Consultant: Nanda Rana
Production: Dan Eatherley
Production Organisation: Partridge Films Limited
Associated Broadcaster: BBC - Natural History Unit
Clips
Introducing the family
Introducing the family
Sharing food
Sharing food
A close and affectionate family
A close and affectionate family
Still a lot to learn
Still a lot to learn