The Last Lions of India

2006 ,    »  -   17 Comments
Ratings: 8.04/10 from 25 users.

The Last Lions of IndiaThis documentary is about Asiatic lions, which are completely different from African lions in both appearance and behavior but are thriving in India.

Their refuge is the Gir forest in Gujarat, and in the last 100 years their numbers have grown from 20 to over 300.

These lions are now spreading out beyond the protection of the National Park, reclaiming lost territory and colonizing new habitats.

It's a rare conservation success story but one that brings new challenges to lions, naturalists and forestry staff.

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17 Comments / User Reviews

  1. Charles B.

    Wonderful! I really like it.

  2. Jon

    I really like this site. Thanks for the video links. They are very well thought out.

  3. scorpio

    The king of the jungle finally reclaiming it's title. Great to see efforts are being done to preserve life.

  4. Skye-hook

    Terrific video!I enjoyed it a lot!

  5. beyondhorizon

    interbreeding among the same population can trigger genetic diseases. these lions populations should be split and introduce into different parts of the country.

  6. Mike

    This is hats off Documenty i have ever seen in my life. I would like to thank to Local People and Politicians for this Pride. Great to see that some this is growing...

  7. kchief58

    very good doc,well done

  8. Hakeem

    good thing i do this research

  9. L'OMARI

    you guys are amazing!!!

  10. ManjuPrasad

    Compared to last year, this year we have developed 2.6 % more forest, today we stand in 22% forest against land mass, thanks to all the people who involved in this, our constitution objective is to reach 33% I hope to see this happening in my life time.

  11. Rolf_copter

    Hmm. All india needs to do now is save the tigers aswell. If it does that, i will love it for all time. Granted there are diffuculties. Thats why i sent a letter of support to their minister. XD

  12. WilliamMarmol

    Lions in India? You learn something new every day.

    The British shot most of India's tigers, so I hope nobody blames Indians for that tragedy.

  13. Gaurav Mann

    we don't have to blame anyone, those who torment the weak and the poor are in turn tormented by the lord

  14. Urias Wesclei

    Amazing website, Amazing video and pleasant comments. Congratulations to everyone.

  15. Mycroft

    Totally untrue, tiger populations have decreased greatly since independence as a result of loss of habitat, that is the crucial factor. There are estimated to have been about 40,000 tigers in 1949, there are now under 4,000.

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  17. Sherri Nashert

    Wonderful documentary... More please.

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