"Timber Tigers" resulted from a national tour of forest areas that Richards made in 1970-71. The film contains footage of seldom seen giant forest-cutting machinery that harvested and hauled trees of all sizes across the country. The film exposes the forestry industry's approach to logging: "After us, the deluge and the desert."
Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood is an American interactive animated children's television series produced by The Fred Rogers Company, 9 Story Entertainment and Out of the Blue Enterprises. It debuted on most PBS stations on September 3, 2012. The program is based on the Neighborhood of Make-Believe from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.
Tigers About the House follows Giles Clark, British Tiger expert and Head of Big Cats at Australia Zoo, as he hand rears the most genetically important Sumatran tigers in the world, brothers, Spot and Stripe. To ensure the cubs survival, Giles is taking Spot and Stripe home to live with his boisterous family.
Living with Tigers is a 2003 documentary about tigers in Africa. It aired on Discovery. The sequel to Living with Tigers is Tiger Man of Africa on the National Geographic Channel. This documentary features a Bengal tiger re-wilding project started by John Varty in 2000. This project involves training captive-bred Bengal tiger cubs by their human trainers so that the tigers can regain their predatory instincts. Once they prove that they can sustain themselves in the wild, they would be released into the wilderness of Africa to fend for themselves. Their trainers, John Varty and Dave Salmoni, have to teach them how to stalk, to hunt, and, most importantly, to associate hunting with food. It is claimed by some that two Bengal tigers have already succeeded in re-wilding, and two more tigers are currently undergoing their re-wilding training. This project is featured by The Discovery Channel as a documentary, Living With Tigers. It was voted one of the best Discovery Channel documentaries in 2003. A strong criticism about this project is with the chosen cubs. Experts state that the four tigers involved in the re-wilding project are not purebred Bengal tigers and should not be used for breeding. The four tigers are not recorded in the Bengal tiger studbook and should not be deemed as purebred Bengal tigers. Many tigers in the world's zoos are genetically impure, and there is no reason to suppose these four are not among them. The 1997 International Tiger Studbook lists the current global captive population of Bengal tigers at 210 tigers. All of the studbook-registered captive population is maintained in Indian zoos, except for one female Bengal tiger in North America. It is important to note that Ron and Julie were bred in the USA and hand-raised at Bowmanville Zoo in Canada, while Seatow and Shadow are two tigers bred in South Africa.
Major Dell Conway of the Flying Tigers was an early American television program broadcast on the now defunct DuMont Television Network.
TigerSharks is an American animated children's television series developed by Rankin/Bass and distributed by Lorimar-Telepictures in 1987. The series involved a team of heroes that could transform into sharks and other marine animals and resembled the series ThunderCats and SilverHawks, also developed by Rankin/Bass. The series lasted only one season with 26 episodes and was part of The Comic Strip show, which consisted of four animated shorts: TigerSharks, Street Frogs, The Mini Monsters, and Karate Kat. The animation was provided by Pacific Animation Corporation. Warner Bros. Animation currently owns the series, as they own the 1974-89 Rankin/Bass library, which was incorporated into the merger of Lorimar-Telepictures and Warner Bros.