National Geographic The Last Maneater Killer Tigers of India (2009)
Stream it now

National Geographic The Last Maneater Killer Tigers of India 2009

National Geographic The Last Maneater Killer Tigers of India: Sunderbans (Forest of Beauty) is in West Bengal, India, and is the only place on Earth that is the natural habitat of Royal Bengal Tigers that have never known to be fearful of humans. One tiger has been known to kill three fully grown men, leaving behind orphans and widows who belong to poor tribes, dependent on harvesting wild honey and fishing, in a swampy mangrove region. About 80 people are killed annually by these ferocious beasts with razor-sharp jaws, whose forepaws can shatter bones, and sharp teeth can pierce a skull in one bite. Amidst religious superstitions, the narrator attempts to explain the cause behind their taste for human meat in a region devoid of electricity, roadways, firearms and safe drinking water, and why the villagers continue to live there despite of being stalked and mauled on land and water alike.

Release Date:
Director:
Oksana Borowik
Genre:
Documentary
Country:
Canada
Cast:
David Smith Peter MacNeill
Trailer:
Watch Trailer

Solar rating:10 /10

1
Version 1 Promo Host 911 views

National Geographic The Last Maneater Killer Tigers of India Comments

Please login to make a comment