20 WaysTo Track A Tiger is a multi-sensory e-book experience immersed in a story about the survival of a wild Bengal tigress and her two cubs in the Indian jungle documented from a real wild tiger film expedition led by a woman explorer/filmmaker, Carol J. Amore. Tiger videos, photo galleries, filmmaker notes, original music, tiger and jungle sound effects are all part of this discovery as one travels through each of this e-book’s interactive chapters. While in the tiger’s territory, identifying the tracks of the tiger, listening to wildlife alarm calls, predicting the travels of the tigress and anticipating its hunting techniques are some of the tiger tracker skills learned through exciting photographs, meaningful captions and story-driven writing. 20 Ways to Save Wild Tigers chapter features the Wildlife Conservation Society’s wild tiger field work showing how they proactively address how to protect the 3000 tigers remaining in the wild especially in India. One becomes a true explorer, photographer and filmmaker when navigating this 20 Ways To Track a Tiger experience. It’s great for all ages!