In “Blood of the Tiger,” author J.A. Mills examines the multi-billion dollar market for tigers -- a worldwide problem but most prominent in China. Jeffrey Brown interviews the author about how tiger farms drive mass demand for products made from…
By PBS NewsHour
After decades of facing extinction and aggressive illegal trade practices, tiger populations in India saw a 30 percent increase since 2001, Environment Minister Prakash Javadekar told reporters Tuesday.
By Joshua Barajas
Tigers are dying in record numbers in India, mostly due to poaching, the country's wildlife officials said this week.
By Andrew Mach
Photo by Connor Mallon/Smithsonian's National Zoo Male and female Sumatran tiger cubs Bandar and Sukacita, born at the Smithsonian's National Zoo on Aug. 5, are expected to make their public debut on Monday. But before meeting…
Landmines in northern Sri Lanka ripped through a crowded bus Thursday morning, killing 64 people, including 15 school children, and wounding 78.
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