Journey to the heart of the forests depicted in Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book for an unprecedented look at one tigress's struggle to raise her cubs and survive in the wild. From high atop an elephant's backthe safest way to see these fierce creatures up closeNational Geographic's wildlife filmmakers track 12-year-old Bengal tigress Lakshmi and her three tiger cubs for two full years.
Follow Lakshmi as she successfully stalks and kills a spotted deer to feed her young. See how the tigress guards her territoryalways on the alert for the most dangerous predator of the forest, the male tiger. Can Lakshmi defend her domain in a brutal battle against an aggressive male tiger? What will be the fate of Lakshmi and her cubs? Find out in The Hidden World of the Bengal Tiger.
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