How This Camera Car Captured The Perfect Tiger Close-Up loading...
How This Camera Car Captured The Perfect Tiger Close-Up
It took intimate pictures of big cats—until a curious female got too close.
These animals eat absurd amounts of food loading...
These animals eat absurd amounts of food
Humans on Thanksgiving are no match for these extreme eaters, like hummingbirds, who eat twice their body weight in a day.
Nepal's Tiger Population Nearly Doubles in Last Decade loading...
Nepal's Tiger Population Nearly Doubles in Last Decade
Better protections, including an increased number of anti-poaching rangers, has allowed populations of tigers to grow quickly.
Live Donkey Fed to Tigers at Chinese Zoo loading...
Live Donkey Fed to Tigers at Chinese Zoo
The incident has horrified animal welfare advocates and highlights cruel behaviour that can happen at some of the country’s zoos.
Tiger Kills Zookeeper in 'Freak Accident' loading...
Tiger Kills Zookeeper in 'Freak Accident'
The incident at a U.K. zoo has raised questions.
Tiger That Wandered a Russian City Is Returned to the Wild loading...
Tiger That Wandered a Russian City Is Returned to the Wild
Found roaming an urban area in Siberia, this rare Amur tiger was rehabilitated and set free inside a national park.
How Do You Do Eye Surgery on a 600-Pound Tiger? loading...
How Do You Do Eye Surgery on a 600-Pound Tiger?
Very carefully, of course. Thanks to intrepid vets, a beloved Bengal tiger in Australia can now see her food again.
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.
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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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