Carol Amore (herself), an award winning Filmmaker/Producer/Photographer of this amazing wildlife expereience, handed us our “passports” and guided us on a journey into the wild as we learned intimate details of the Bengal tiger family. Carol lived in India and documented a family of tigers and their struggle to survive.
20 ways to track a tiger is a high-tech exhibit that blends art and science to create interactive games that help us learn about tigers in an unforgettable way.
“Talk like a Tiger” is just one of the interactive high-tech, high-touch screen games where we all learned how to imitate a cubs call for food. As we laughed, giggled, and growled, we learned that tigers have about 16 different distinguishable sounds that they use to communicate with each other, a language.
In the photo below, we felt the paw print impressions of mama tiger and her cubs.
The “Digi Wall” is an interactive digital climbing wall , the first in the U.S, that uses sights, sounds, and music to engage the player in an information and educationl game.
I hope that you and your family can also have the opportunity to visit Tigers at the Seaport and experience the fun and absorb the all knowledge you can of this endagered animal – the tiger.