A wild tiger using a biological corridor, captured on DSLR camera trap, Bhutan
Renowned photographer captures first images of big cats at high altitude in Bhutan.
A mother tiger and her cub look at a camera trap
A Critically Endangered tiger subspecies is breeding in a forest in eastern Thailand.
Tiger farm
The impact of farming tigers in China is greater than just the grisly nature of the fate of the animals – it also affects the survival of the species in the wild, and now that threat is greater, say conservationists.
Tiger in Ranthambhore National Par, India
Discover fascinating facts about tigers. 
Tiger sitting in dry forests of Ranthambore National Park.
World body’s claims that tiger numbers have risen to nearly 4,000 is ‘unreliable’, says scientist.
Mowgli and Bagheera
When Rudyard Kipling wrote The Jungle Book, he based his stories on species found in India at the time. But are the representations of those animals in the new CGI film version accurate and can you still see them there today?
It’s tough being a predator – for many species, most pursuits end in failure, while smaller hunters risk losing their hard-won meals to bigger beasts. But who’s top dog and who has to work hardest to get a meal?
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