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(03-06-2019, 06:25 PM)Rishi Wrote: "Clash of Tigers" by Nallamuthu. Premiered his February only.

Yesterday was shown in Nat Geo & Nat Geo Wild in India.. missed, but trying to catch the rotary telecast.
This one? Huh @Rishi





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CLASH OF TIGERS (link)

ABOUT THE SHOW

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Two royal Bengal tigers in Ranthambore, India, are sisters, natural born killers, granddaughters of the most famous queen tiger in the world (anybody can guess that, it's macchli tigress) and heirs to her magnificent throne.

They live in a paradise that is one of the last tiger sanctuaries on Earth. And they want only one thing: to remove their mother (krishna, one of the four cubs missed while crossing the river didn't return even her mother called cub by roaring and grieved but crocodiles could be a reason for that. Rest of the 3 are Arrowhead and Lighting (females siblings or sisters) and Bhola (male or brother sibling)), destroy the other sister and reign supreme. Arrowhead (Once weakest of all cubs) is winner now.

This is their story.
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Age Of Big CatsWorld Domination 
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Documentary on one of the majestic and biggest (mass about 18 kg) flying birds on earth, the critically endangered GREAT INDIAN BUSTARD. Desert National Park, Rajathan Wow




Listen 23:11. Conservationist of Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS), involved in GIB conservation for many years says that, they were proposing Indian govt to start initiative or Project like "Project Bustard" or "Project Grasslands" similar to "Project Tiger" or "Project Elephant" for 20 years, to Conserve Indian Grasslands and it's Biodiversity from extinction. @Lycaon Disappointed
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( This post was last modified: 04-24-2019, 04:14 PM by Sanju )

Every State should learn this from Odisha ... This is World Class from Odisha tourism branch - Wildlife Odisha Wow ... (There are tons of these videos about Odisha's wildlife sanctuaries and NP's- check them out too). I'm watching these since Aug 2018 ... Hats off odisha one of the last nature paradises on earth ...

Oddly satisfying and peaceful...





(P.S Khairi tigress described in the documentary)
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( This post was last modified: 04-28-2019, 09:12 AM by Rishi )


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6-year-old tigress Krishna raises to her second litter of four healthy cubs (including the famous Arrowhead & Lightening).

Watch it for free (English): https://www.hotstar.com/movies/clash-of-...0135/watch
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( This post was last modified: 04-28-2019, 09:47 AM by Sanju )

(04-28-2019, 09:10 AM)Rishi Wrote:
*This image is copyright of its original author

6-year-old tigress Krishna raises to her second litter of four healthy cubs (including the famous Arrowhead & Lightening).

Watch it for free (English): https://www.hotstar.com/movies/clash-of-...0135/watch

I already did many days back. There are many free lion and other wildlife documentaries too. Hotstar is good. But, it's not available in all countries n available mainly in India.
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Australia | Ultimate Refuge to Invasive Species. 

Battle in the Bush Doc from: Daniel Hunter | Australia

https://www.cultureunplugged.com/documen...fOyKuDdvVo
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This Vlog from Nepalese photographer Sagar Giri, about Chitwan and its faunas, there are some nice footage i will break up:
Many rhinos in a single site at 3:08
Herd of gaur at 5:44
Sloth bear 7:20
and Rhino and Tiger at a same place at 16:03



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(05-20-2019, 12:46 PM)Jimmy Wrote: This Vlog from Nepalese photographer Sagar Giri, about Chitwan and its faunas, there are some nice footage i will break up:
Many rhinos in a single site at 3:08
Herd of gaur at 5:44
Sloth bear 7:20
and Rhino and Tiger at a same place at 16:03




Right when interesting part started, these guys started to film each others :) But maybe there is later more footage about those tiger and rhino and did they just pass all the way calmly or was there some nervous behavior maybe. Interesting in a way to see how they film animals. But hopefully soon also more footage they filmed about animals. Looked like they got some good material.
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(05-20-2019, 02:06 PM)Shadow Wrote:
(05-20-2019, 12:46 PM)Jimmy Wrote: This Vlog from Nepalese photographer Sagar Giri, about Chitwan and its faunas, there are some nice footage i will break up:
Many rhinos in a single site at 3:08
Herd of gaur at 5:44
Sloth bear 7:20
and Rhino and Tiger at a same place at 16:03




Right when interesting part started, these guys started to film each others :) But maybe there is later more footage about those tiger and rhino and did they just pass all the way calmly or was there some nervous behavior maybe. Interesting in a way to see how they film animals. But hopefully soon also more footage they filmed about animals. Looked like they got some good material.

By the look of things, the rhino was closer to the camera so it heard the clicks and turn to face the sound of cameras clicking, just then the tiger saw the rhino turning it's back and it glanced at the rhino. But it seems nothing really happened or probably he will post about that in his next vlog.
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(05-20-2019, 04:05 PM)Jimmy Wrote:
(05-20-2019, 02:06 PM)Shadow Wrote:
(05-20-2019, 12:46 PM)Jimmy Wrote: This Vlog from Nepalese photographer Sagar Giri, about Chitwan and its faunas, there are some nice footage i will break up:
Many rhinos in a single site at 3:08
Herd of gaur at 5:44
Sloth bear 7:20
and Rhino and Tiger at a same place at 16:03




Right when interesting part started, these guys started to film each others :) But maybe there is later more footage about those tiger and rhino and did they just pass all the way calmly or was there some nervous behavior maybe. Interesting in a way to see how they film animals. But hopefully soon also more footage they filmed about animals. Looked like they got some good material.

By the look of things, the rhino was closer to the camera so it heard the clicks and turn to face the sound of cameras clicking, just then the tiger saw the rhino turning it's back and it glanced at the rhino. But it seems nothing really happened or probably he will post about that in his next vlog.

Yes I was looking the same, that it noticed these guys taking photos and filming. Still hopefully they continued filming with some camera.
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( This post was last modified: 07-20-2019, 04:50 AM by Sully )

One of my favourite docs, probably the best lion one out there alongside brothers in blood



"When the tiger stalks the jungle like the lowering clouds of a thunderstorm, the leopard moves as silently as mist drifting on a dawn wind." -Indian proverb
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Nat Geo documentary on 2018 tiger census to premiere today on Aug 7, 8pm (India).

The documentary - "Counting Tigers" - showcases the efforts of officers and forest guards involved in the process of tracking and counting tigers in the last census, including the never before in-depth tiger profiling.
It closely follows India's tiger census 2018 and gives viewers "rare access" to the operations behind this momentous exercise while also encapsulating the use of advanced technology and efficacious methods deployed in order to up the ante on accuracy of this tiger census, with nearly 15,000 camera traps were used for capturing tiger images and recording their unique stripe pattern with the help of a dedicated software.

Don't miss "Counting Tigers" that showcaseing the intricacies of monitoring and tracking tigers, and dives deep into the existing challenges that are a threat to the tiger population.




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