- Directors: David Attenborough
- Format: Anamorphic, Dolby
- Language: English
- Region: Region 5 (Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 2
- Rated: U (Universal)
- Studio: Sony DADC
- Product Release Date: 30 Jun 2013
- Run Time: 140 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- ASIN: B00D8SS9OK
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,631 in Movies & TV Shows (See Top 100 in Movies & TV Shows)
Secrets of Wild India
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Narrated by Britain's renowned naturalist Sir David Attenborough, the National Geographic’s Secrets of Wild India is a collection of three episodes that offer intriguing insights about India, which is home for over a billion people and famous for the diverse population, colour, crowd and rich cultural heritage.
Wild India: Elephant Kingdom episode walks you through the wild plains that lie south of the Himalayas. Flowing along these plains and dividing them is one of Asia’s great rivers, Brahmaputra River. This land is the home to the wonderful Indian tusker. Also explored in this part of the collection are other magnificent animals including smooth-coated otter, endangered one-horned rhinoceros while also seeing the spectacular and rare red silk cotton trees.
The second episode, Wild India: Tiger Jungles uncovers the jungles stories like the one about beautiful Bengal tiger showcasing its ability to track, approach its prey with stealth and their strength to kill the prey with just a single bite.
The final part of Sir David Attenborough documentary, Wild India: Desert Lions explores Marusthali, a sand dune region of Great Indian Desert in Rajasthan, a north-western Indian state. The name derived from Sanskrit and means Land of the Dead. Existence here needs rigorous resilience and ability to adapt to the heat and rarity of water sources. Surviving in this merciless dry weather are animals ranging from Asiatic lion to the Demoiselle crane, who are natures examples of how wildlife can adapt, strive and survive in even the extreme climatic conditions.
Sir David Attenborough is the most famous voice when it comes to natural history documentaries. He is more famously known for scripting and presenting the Life series in collaboration with the BBC Natural History Unit. Attenborough has worked for BBC Two also for BBC Television in the 1960s and 1970s. He has own BAFTAs for his programs and has around 31 honorary degrees from various British universities.