The short documentary is a captivating glimpse into the flora and fauna of the Ranthambore National Park, with especial focus on the magnificent Bengal tigers. Alongside the introduction to a mother and her cubs exists the portrayal of a large number of other animals, and the many ways in which they have adapted to the habitat for their own survival.
The visual development of the narrative remains its biggest strength, triumphing other raw edges that might constitute the film. Tying it all together is a sweet glimpse into a small tiger family, as well as a brief window into their hunting habits. All of this is then condensed within a brief five minutes and thus presented to the audience.