Elephants carrying spycams are used to track the lives of four tiger cubs and their mother. In the unbelievably intimate footage, we watch the cubs progress from their first playful sorties from their den and on through their learning adolescence. It's rare for four cubs to survive through to adulthood, and these tigers face many dangers along the way - from rouge male tigers and leopards in their territory to being left home alone. By following the tigers, the camera-carrying elephants uncover a wildlife world that has rarely been seen before, encountering a rock python, cheeky larger monkeys, an elusive sloth bear that carries her babies on her back, a leopard with her cubs, and a fearsome pack of red dogs. This is the tiger's world as it has never been seen before.
- Tigers: Spy in the Jungle review by JD
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The world of wildlife photography. Who cannot fail to appreciate the days of patience even with the aid of high tech? These shots are the next level. Looking into the eye of a tiger cub is just gorgeous. Being within a few feet of a tiger kill is heart stopping. There is so much good footage that the story is as complete as you could expect. To follow the growth of these wild carnivores from blind bundle to their first kill is intensely moving.