National Geographic magazine
| by Sharon Guynup

The December issue of National Geographic has an extended feature on the thousands of tigers kept in captivity in the United States, and Associate Professor of Environmental Studies is quoted about the history of the animals in the country.

The article is headed, “Captive Tigers in the U.S. Outnumber Those in the Wild. It’s a Problem: Some are in roadside zoos. Some are pets. Many are abused. A lack of regulation on big cats is putting animals and humans at risk.”

Full text of the article was published online Nov. 14


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