This week’s roundup includes:A tiger documentary has made the rounds of Australia, and it’s making a lot of people cry.

A tiger’s life story, and how it came to be in a life-threatening situation in India, has made a lot more people cry than it ever has before.

A tiger has made its way to New Zealand and now it’s here, too.

A woman in Indonesia is fighting for her life after being attacked by a wild tiger, while a young woman in Vietnam is fighting to save her life.

Watching a tiger’s journey has made people feel good.

The documentary, which is directed by a young Australian filmmaker, follows two young people, a tiger and an old woman, who both have different stories about their encounters with the animals.

In one of the first scenes, the young woman says she was watching a tiger.

“I thought it was funny and I had no idea how to react.

I was just thinking, ‘This is hilarious’,” she said.”

When I saw it attack the tiger, I thought it must be a joke and then it turned around and attacked the old woman and I was like, ‘Whoa, that was a joke’.”

The film has been viewed by more than 40 million people and generated a lot debate.

The documentary was shot in the wild with no cameras and has been criticised for its portrayal of the animal.

“There is no way that it can possibly be filmed properly and accurately,” the director said.

The director says it was important to shoot the film in a natural environment.

“It’s the only way to make sure that the animals are protected,” he said.

A lot of the footage was shot at a beach, but the film crew was able to travel to a small island, a village and even a lake.

“We went from the beach to a lake, from the lake to a village, from a village to a jungle,” he explained.

“The jungle was a little bit more difficult, but it was worth it because we could go in and see everything that was going on.”

“When we were there, we were very scared, because there was nothing but tigers, and they were going to attack us.”

He said the film team would travel to more remote locations.

“They’re all in a small village, they’ve got cows, goats, sheep, goats and pigs and they’re all protected, so that makes it easier to film,” he added.

“You get more exposure to the environment.

You’re not looking at a wild animal and you’re not in a jungle.

It’s much more natural.”

A young tiger named Kamaal was rescued in a remote part of Indonesia.

“He’s a very strong and brave animal,” the film’s director said, before explaining that Kamael was rescued by locals from a zoo after he was accidentally hit by a dog.

“Kamaal is not very big, but he’s very strong,” he told the ABC.

“Once he’s trained he’s really strong.

He can fight for himself.”

If you’re going to have a tiger in the bush, you should do it with someone who’s been trained to do it.

“Topics:animals,animal-welfare,human-interest,wildlife,africaFirst posted October 08, 2019 11:58:00Contact Andrew TamblynMore stories from Northern Territory

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