This 13 July 2018 video, recorded in India, shows a deer escaping a tiger.

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This 1 July 2018 video says about itself: Footage of a tiger hunting a boar is rare, as they rarely attack such a strong prey. Five years ago the tigers of Sariska Reserve, India, were completely wiped out by poachers. It was a huge setback in the war to save this treasured species from extinction […]

via Indian tiger attacks boar, video — Dear Kitty. Some blog

Introduction I am seriously excited about this Q&A. Vian Sharif is a truly fascinating individual whom I first learned about through United for Wildlife’s free, online course: Introducing Conservation. Ms. Sharif is currently a PhD candidate at the Imperial College of London and Imperial College Business School. She is studying behavior change in the context of […]

via Q&A with Vian Sharif: Reducing Demand for the Illegal Wildlife Trade — The Jaguar

Introduction While preparing for an upcoming Q&A, I came across a remarkably thorough report about the illegal wildlife trade. The report is titled Analysis of Conservation Initiatives Aimed at Reducing Demand for Traded Wildlife in China and Vietnam. Written by Vian Sharif, it was commissioned by Stop Ivory for the Elephant Protection Initiative (EPI) and The […]

via Review: Analysis of Conservation Initiatives Aimed at Reducing Demand for Traded Wildlife — The Jaguar

White Bengal Tiger with; her Cub

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article-2198011-14D16D54000005DC-349_964x806White tigers are so rare that only one in every 10,000 Bengal tigers is born white with black stripes and a pink nose.
So when cubs are born in captivity, the white youngsters proved to be cute, black and white miracles.
But, unfortunately these tigers find it difficult to hunt in the wild because they are poorly camouflaged compared to other tigers.
The cubs are living with their mother Surya Bara in ZOO Liberec in the Czech Republic.
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via White Bengal tiger triplets: Born in ZOO Liberec in Czech Republic | Mail Online.

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