"This will lead a revolution in GPS tracking. We've made only ten of them so far" (37).
Propels The Action By...
"They are very shy, solitary creatures, yet we can still build a picture of their hunting and breeding patterns so see how we can help them survive" (29).
(2nd) "Plus I received reports of some big cats sighted up along the bank. If we could get a tag on one of them, that'd be great.." (37).
(1st) "We can afford to take a little time out of business and treat it as a fun family vacation" (37).
Mak stopped speaking to Diya about insects and turned his attention over to Anil. Anil (left) was in the middle of showing his parents (right) his new invention. A GPS device so they can monitor animals movements. Especially big cats.
(Anil in the other room) "I can recieve the GPS data from a network of satellites and able to live-track the tagged creatures on my laptop" (32).
Anil (left) catches notice of Mak (right) listening in. Anil then turns his focus towards Mak and explains that big cats are amazing creatures. They are shy and very independent. Anil believes that we should learn about their hunting and breeding patterns and see how we can help them live. The GPS influenced a choice Anil made later on.
Propels The Action
Mak's father and Anil agree that "A little adventure is good for the soul" (37).
Anil (left) thought it would be a good idea to travel upriver to possibly catch some sightings of big cats and tag one of them for his research. Mak's dad (right) agreed to go on this journey and is now trying to persuade Mak to tag along with them. Mak is trying to make up his mind to either go or not.
"Lets Go!" (38)
Anil suggest that they should put a GPS tracker that he built on a big cat, along the bank. Mak is overwhelmed because he doesn't want to go on a boat for any longer. He now moved himself into the doorway, away from others to think. He then heard a conversation that was going on inside.
Mak then hears Anil (left) trying to explain how his device works to Mak's parents (right). The parents are inspired by Mak's inventions and agree to go on this journey up river. His dad's decision on going on this trip caused future problems.
Anil (left) , Mak's Dad (right), and Mak (middle) are now all planning to go on this trip upriver. There Mak is upset and is being all dramatic. The journey then takes a wrong turn and Mak ends up stranded in the jungle all by himself with no-one around. In the jungle, he has to survive by himself. He eventually starts to live with a pack of wolfs.