Documentary Tigerland focuses on people passionate about saving tigers

The tiger, while held in awe and is the national animal of India, Bangladesh, South Korea and Malaysia, is generally seen as dangerous and a menace around people.
The tiger, while held in awe and is the national animal of India, Bangladesh, South Korea and Malaysia, is generally seen as dangerous and a menace around people. PHOTO: DISCOVERY CHANNEL

SINGAPORE - A century ago, the tiger's home covered most of Asia, from the snowy forests of the Russian Far East to the jungles of Bali. Today, wild cats live on seven per cent of the land they used to inhabit at the beginning of the 20th century.

Film-maker Ross Kauffman's film on tiger conservation puts the focus on felines living in two of its remaining wild domains.

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