Video: Watch Emmanuel Rondeau’s short film on Siberian tigers

In DG #29, we interviewed photojournalist and filmmaker Emmanuel Rondeau, who spent several years on the trail of big cats to see how they are surviving in changing habitats.

We spoke to him about some the extraordinary photos he took in Siberia and Bhutan of tigers in the wild, and of the people involved in conservation projects that have led to tiger numbers rising.

In 2016 Rondeau made a short film for National Geographic about a Siberian Zapovednik (nature reserve) where he stayed for two months, working with the rangers and looking for evidence of tigers.

For more of Emmanuel Rondeau’s photographs, read ‘On the trail of the tiger’ in DG #29.

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