Video: Matthew Luskin on Tracking Tigers in the Rain Forest

May 03, 2016
“When there’s a tiger around you can’t sleep. You can barely eat. You can’t do anything because all you are is scared for your life.”
— Matthew Luskin

PhD candidate and National Geographic grantee Matthew Luskin spent a year in the rain forest of Indonesia tracking the critically endangered Sumatran tigers. Luskin and his team used remotely triggered camera traps to understand where tigers are and why they’re there in order to help conserve them. Watch the video and read more on the National Geographic website

Video: Matthew Luskin on Tracking Tigers in the Rain Forest | Our Environment at Berkeley

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