This Daring Biologist Tracks Tigers for a Living

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Tigers get a bad rap. Films like “The Jungle Book” portray them as villains, and there is a cultural perception of these creatures as bloodthirsty predators. Beyond these stereotypes, though, the daring conservation biologist, wildlife ecologist, and National Geographic grantee Matthew Luskin is trying to understand just how tigers work.

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Luskin works particularly with the rare subspecies of Sumatran tigers, fewer than 400 of which survive today. Click here to save these majestic creatures from extinction.

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