Tigers (Panthera tigris) are the biggest of all the cats -- from the giant Siberian tigers that roam the frozen boreal forest of Russia, to the secretive swamp tigers of the Indian Sundarbans that bathe in seawater and patrol muddy shores. In the early 20th century, 100,000 tigers reigned across Asia and Europe, but today there are fewer than 4,000 in the wild. Learn more about tigers in Nature’s “Super Cats.” miniseries.
Tigers (Panthera tigris) are the biggest of all the cats -- from the giant Siberian tigers that roam the frozen boreal forest of Russia, to the secretive swamp tigers of the Indian Sundarbans that bathe in seawater and patrol muddy shores. In the early 20th century, 100,000 tigers reigned across Asia and Europe, but today there are fewer than 4,000 in the wild. Learn more about tigers in Nature’s “Super Cats.” miniseries. BBC
Tigers (Panthera tigris) are the biggest of all the cats -- from the giant Siberian tigers that roam the frozen boreal forest of Russia, to the secretive swamp tigers of the Indian Sundarbans that bathe in seawater and patrol muddy shores. In the early 20th century, 100,000 tigers reigned across Asia and Europe, but today there are fewer than 4,000 in the wild. Learn more about tigers in Nature’s “Super Cats.” miniseries. BBC

What to Watch on Wednesday: ‘Nature’ miniseries gets up close with ‘Super Cats’

October 24, 2018 07:30 AM