After a farmer was killed, residents tried to find ways to stay safe.
From waiting for the perfect setting for years to being emotionally stirred by human-wildlife conflicts, these photographers share stories behind their most challenging photos.
The footage was captured on a wildlife camera as officials and residents monitor the movements of tigers near livestock.
Photographing tigers and counting the photos seems like a bad data collection technique.
The arrest also solves the mystery of a tigress' death, whose skin was found in Nepal in 2013, a year after she was last seen.
But the cops just thought they were hallucinating.
Exotic animal owner 'Joe Exotic' was charged with more than a dozen wildlife crimes by a federal grand jury.
A 25-year ban has been altered to allow the animal parts to be used in medical research and healing, despite the fact that both species are worse off now.
Nepal is one of 13 tiger-range countries striving to double the world’s tiger population by 2022.
"I am the most dangerous exotic animal owner on this planet right now. And before you bring me down, it is my belief that you will stop breathing."
Like, do you ever get scared?