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Nature: Siberian Tiger Quest [Import]

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  • Format: NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Pbs (Direct)
  • Release Date: Nov. 13 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • ASIN: B009B0L5CC
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Nature: Siberian Tiger Quest

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Everybody should read this book. Sadly, it is a testament to the brutality, wastefulness and disrespect of life by humans. Poaching has to stop or our world will much less than it is now. This book, about the tiger and his suffering and pain that drove him mad, made me cry. Thank you, John Valliant for using your talent to inform many people who may be able to make it better for animals and to change minds as tto the value of having animals living normal,free, unhunted lives.

The cruelty to animals doesn't stop with the Primorye Region or the poaching of elephants and rhino in Africa. Right here in Canada, there is a video of Michael Hackenberger, owner of the Bownmanville Zoological Park beating a Siberian tiger into submission.This terrified tiger, named, Uno, was the one used in the film. "The Life Of Pi." This was hard to watch, brutal. This is no way to treat a star or any other animal. Uno should be on a reserve or a place where he is free to roam and have a decent life, NOT IN A CAGE. He has committed no crime and deserves much better. I believe his owner should be in jail.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa0ecfc54) out of 5 stars 7 reviews
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa29eff84) out of 5 stars Too much Chris Morgan, not enough tigers! Oct. 18 2012
By triple0triple1 - Published on
I wish they would've showed more of Park's amazing footage of the Siberian tigers, with an offscreen narrator. But there's maybe 20 minutes of that great tiger footage and the rest is close ups of Chris Morgan (who thinks we should know who he is) in a documentary of Chris Morgan. Instead of the narration being about Park and the families of these rare tigers, we hear a lot Chris Morgan saying "I" and "me" in just about every sentence. Park has a right to be aggrieved if he sees this, because it was his years of solitude and danger in the Siberian wilderness that made it all possible, and then Chris Morgan pops up and makes it more of a story about Chris Morgan. In the end, there's even too much Park. This documentary is an hour long and like I said there is maybe 20 minutes of tiger footage.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa15479d8) out of 5 stars Great insight Oct. 20 2012
By Jeffrey D. Smith - Published on
Despite the fact that indeed there is bit of camerawork devoted to the host, he has a job to do and he does it well. As I watch this show I am moved by the story of not only the tigers, but the man who brought them to us. His story and his sacrifices are incomprehensible by today's standards and I appreciate them. One quote I remember is that in the city "people are god, in nature, not so". (Loosely translated).
His insight into the love of nature, (even when it could kill him in one instance), and his amazing discipline, is so very rare these days. He is an inspiration to people of every age.
Sooyong Park is to be admired and supported as he understands the word "devotion" and the knowledge that comes from that. His insight on the human situation of solitude is not to be missed also. Well done.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa100b888) out of 5 stars Outstanding film. Sept. 10 2013
By Kathleen Prindle - Published on
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It is a fascinating film. Sad, beautiful, amazing. I would definitely recommend this film to others, especially those interested in preserving our beautiful wild creatures.
HASH(0xa0eb7624) out of 5 stars Wild and beautiful! Nov. 7 2015
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Excellent for all ages. Although I generally like nature shows that are exclusively animals, this one stood out as a rare find. The story is about a remarkable, tenacious man named Park who lived with the tigers for years. I had a different perspective on the host Chris Morgan than others. Rather than finding him to be a scene stealer, I found his boyish enthusiasm infectious Mixed with his scientific background, he was a perfect host to compliment Park. He was happy to play the role of the student as Park taught him about the way of the tigers. The tigers were spectacular, and the minimal footage of them created a desire and interest to see one; as if you were traveling alongside for the journey. What a thrill to actually see one of these amazing creatures! Park did a great service to tigers and those who love them by documenting their habits, playtime, and sadly, their demise at the hands of humans. Thanks for a great show!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa0f657b0) out of 5 stars educational fun Nov. 7 2013
By Phoebe - Published on
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This held the interest of a very active 10 yr. old boy who was eager to tell everyone about it.Got it for his birthday.

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