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Animal Magic

Synopsis

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with Johnny Morris and TERRY NUTKINS
Johnny and Terry look at one of the biggest wildlife success stories of the last ten years - Project Tiger. Eleven tiger reserves have been set up in India since 1972, and the number of tigers there has doubled. In the studio Johnny comes face to face with a fully grown tigress, while Terry comes nose to nose with an elephant. Why? To prove you can fool a human's sense of smell, but you can't fool an elephant!
Director MOIRA MANN
Producer MIKE BEYNON
BBC Bristol

Contributors

Unknown: Johnny Morris
Unknown: Terry Nutkins
Director: Moira Mann
Producer: Mike Beynon






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