Tiger Crushed by Excavator in Horrific End to Human-Wildlife Conflict loading...
Tiger Crushed by Excavator in Horrific End to Human-Wildlife Conflict
A deadly encounter in India has sparked a government investigation into what killed one of the country's most endangered animals.
6 Nat Geo Photographers Share Their Favourite Wild Cat Moments loading...
6 Nat Geo Photographers Share Their Favourite Wild Cat Moments
From a newborn tiger cubs to a bittersweet goodbye between man and mountain lion, see the experiences that stuck.
5 Ways Your Tabby Is Just Like Big Cats in the Wild loading...
5 Ways Your Tabby Is Just Like Big Cats in the Wild
Our house cats have gone a long way from their big cousins—or have they?
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The World Is Finally Getting Serious About Tiger Farms
Tiger farms supply the black market with skins, bones, and other parts. Now, at an international wildlife trade conference, China and other Asian countries face pressure to shut them down.
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Fatal Tiger Mauling Shows What's Wrong With Animal Parks
A woman's death in China could have been prevented, and it highlights some of the problems with captive animal parks.
Zoo Poo and Glitter Reveal Animal Health Secrets loading...
Zoo Poo and Glitter Reveal Animal Health Secrets
With some rubber gloves and test tubes, scientists can learn a lot about hormone levels and the well-being of animals.
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Chaos, Questions Surround Temple as Tigers Are Seized
This week the 137 tigers are being removed from Thailand’s Tiger Temple. But it may be possible for the monastery to buy some back.
 Abused Circus Tiger Gets Fairy-Tale Ending loading...
Abused Circus Tiger Gets Fairy-Tale Ending
His name is Hoover, and this big cat is about to enjoy a new life in Florida.
About the Show
One man, John Varty, did just that. Starting with two young, zoo-born tigers, Varty now has more than 15 tigers at his Tiger Canyons reserve, and has used ever-present cameras to document two years of their lives. Whether mating, birthing or hunting, Varty shows these magnificent tigers with remarkable, up close and personal detail.

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