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Lecture 3
– the realm of the Tiger

  tiger Often described as being one of the most colourful countries in the world, India is home to some of the most recognised ancient architecture, such as the Taj Mahal, but is also the habitat of one of the most dramatic, and now endangered, species in the world – the Tiger.

The presentation takes in the breath-taking architecture, people and wildlife of India and looks at the tiger in its natural habitat and in the Bharatpur and Kaziranger National Park. There is a wide selection of birds and the rare One-horned Asiatic Rhinoceros proving India to be one of the most exciting destinations for photography.

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