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Photos of wild Siberian (Amur) tigers are extremely rare, but several are available here. This is one of the most difficult species to photograph in the wild because they are so rare and elusive, and inhabit one of the remoter parts of the world, the Russian Far East. Photos shown here have been published in a variety of journals and magazines, including National Geographic, BBC Wildlife, and John Vaillant's award-winning book, The Tiger.
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I am a conservation biologist and the Senior Director of Panthera's Tiger Program. Since 1995, I have been involved in conservation and applied research of wild tigers and other large carnivores. My photography is a hobby born in my love for wild animals, and a professional necessity to document and publicize the plight of wild tigers and other endangered wildlife.
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