Operation Snow Tiger: BBC’s amazing first as they film planet’s most elusive predators

Operation Snow Tiger: BBC’s amazing first as they film

The filming first was part of a BBC2 wildlife documentary, Operation Snow Tiger, to be shown tonight.

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BBC Two – Operation Snow Tiger – Tracking tigers in the

Because the two male cubs had split up we were also trying to track two separate tracks in the snow, which was no easy task! It took ten days to film all the cubs.

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Operation Snow Tiger begins on Sunday, 9 June at 8pm on BBC Two and BBC Two HD, except in Northern Ireland where it starts at 9pm. For further programme times, please see the episode guide .

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The Siberian tiger is one of Earth’s rarest and most elusive animals. As Liz Bonnin and cameraman Max Hug Williams return to the snowy Russian forests, they uncover a problem: only a few hundred ‘snow tigers’ remain in the wild and breeding females are in particularly short supply.

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Operation Snow Tiger sees Liz Bonnin in search of the world’s biggest, most elusive cat. There are amazing organisations like WildAid who realise that to save the tiger you have to get into

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Liz Bonnin joins a team of scientists and cameramen in Russia who are studying one of the world’s rarest animals, the Siberian tiger. Max Hug Williams Camera operator. When I first got the call to film for Operation Snow Tiger I knew we were in for a challenge.

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BBC Two – Operation Snow Tiger You have to see this program if you like to live our world a better future! Red de tijger, hij is uiterst zeldzaam nu! Siberian tigers (Panthera tigris altaica) are the largest of the big cats and can reach over 3 metres long, from nose to tail.

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