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    • The Last Maneater

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      There are not many places on earth where Humans aren’t at the top of the food chain.

      Yes, there are the occasional freak attacks in the woods. Campers who are caught by surprise.  A rabid dog who goes berserk. These are exceptions.  This is not ‘the norm.’

      But there is one place in the world where these are not accidents. This is common day life. The TIGER is still king and humanity may be their dinner.

      The Last Maneater is a PHENOMENAL documentary that chronicles the last group of wild tigers who still hunt and kill human beings. They live in eastern India and the villagers do not have the same technology we take for granted in the developed world. The villagers hunt fish and get hunted.   Approximately eighty people are murdered EVERY YEAR by the tigers. They are eaten. The town is filled to the brim with orphans, widows, mourners.

      A Bengal Tiger weighs 500 pounds. Bullets can be useless because the tigers attack using the element of surprise. By the time you see a Bengal tiger, it is usually too late to run, to shoot, to scream.

      This sounds like a horror movie, but it is not.  However, National Geographic covers the subject with the proper dignity: you will not see scenes that will scar you. Rather, this is a very safe and informative way to visit a village that will likely never make any “Best Places to Vacation” lists.

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      Published on February 17, 2012 · Filed under: Biology, Environment, Editor's Picks, Nature
    • lollo

      One of the most interesting tiger doc. I’ve seen….in a very long time. Not because its the most well made and informative, but simply because it brings knowledge I didn’t have, and exiting new knowledge tops my list of what makes a good doc.