National Geographic: Tigers of the Snow
Cast: Richard Kiley
Mark Stouffer's National Geographic documentary on Siberian tigers comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer. The closed-captioned English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Stereo. The vast supplemental materials include another short film called Tiger's Eye, a photo gallery, facts about Siberian tigers, a map showing the location of Siberian tigers, a trivia quiz, and previews of other National Geographic specials. Nature lovers will certainly find entertainment value in this DVD.
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|Jay Chattaway||Score Composer|
|Nicolas Noxon||Executive Producer|
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A truly heart-pounding experience with the world most beautiful, deadly, and biggest cat on earth- the Siberian tiger. As its number dwindle in the wild, National Geographic takes a close eye to the plight of this most elegant and mysterious of predators. As hunters, lumber corporation, the Russian government and other business interests try to destroy the tiger's habitat, brave Russian and American scientists try to save the most intriguing subspecies of tiger. Literally getting face to face with a two-month old Siberian tiger cub and within minutes of the tiger's mother coming back, the ecologists have to collar the animal before they incur the wrath of the cub's mother. Now, if that's not education, I don't what is!