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Natural World - On The Trail Of Tarka [DVD]
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Natural World - On The Trail Of Tarka [DVD]

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In 1927, Henry Williamson wrote Tarka the Otter, about the life and death of an otter in Devon. This film goes in search of Tarka's descendents. Do they still fish the same pools as their forebears? Williamson's otters were treated as vermin and were trapped and hunted for sport. Today the otter is an endangered species and our attitude towards it has changed but do the lives of modern ...

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    Category Type
    Documentary
    Languages
    English
    Blu-ray Player
    PAL
    Category Type
    Documentary
    Languages
    English
    Blu-ray Player
    PAL
    NTSC
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    Description:

    In 1927, Henry Williamson wrote Tarka the Otter, about the life and death of an otter in Devon. This film goes in search of Tarka's descendents. Do they still fish the same pools as their forebears? Williamson's otters were treated as vermin and were trapped and hunted for sport. Today the otter is
    In 1927, Henry Williamson wrote Tarka the Otter, about the life and death of an otter in Devon. This film goes in search of Tarka's descendents. Do they still fish the same pools as their forebears? Williamson's otters were treated as vermin and were trapped and hunted for sport. Today the otter is an endangered species and our attitude towards it has changed but do the lives of modern otters reflect this shift? Combining well-loved fiction with modern-day fact, this film contrasts the dramatic events of the novel with actual events from a modern otter's life.
 

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