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Wildlife documentary. Three orphaned jaguar cubs are found in a Brazilian forest. A family try to train them to become wild again, before releasing them back into the forest.

Three tiny orphaned jaguar cubs are discovered in a Brazilian forest. A family decide to take the place of their mother and train them to become wild again. Over two years they must learn to climb trees, swim, and hunt for their dinner. If they can be successfully released, it will give new hope to these rare animals.

First shown: 21 Jan 2013
Available for 20 days Why? Duration 60 mins