Books and Journals

Biswas, S and K. Sankar (2002). Prey abundance and food habit of tigers (Panthera tigris tigris) in Pench National Park, Madhya Pradesh, India. Journal of Zoology, 256:411-420.

Kitchener AC. Tiger distribution, phenotypic variation and conservation issues. In: Seidensticker J, Christie S, Jackson P, editors. Riding the tiger: Tiger conservation in human-dominated landscapes. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press; 1999. pp. 19–39.

Loucks, C. (2007). The Fate of Wild Tigers. Bioscience, 57(6), 508.

Luo S-J, Kim J-H, Johnson WE, Walt Jvd, Martenson J, et al. (2004) Phylogeography and genetic gncestry of tigers (Panthera tigris). PLoS Biol 2(12).

Miller Angela, Christopher W. Kuhar 2008. Long-term monitoring of social behavior in a grouping of six female tigers (Panthera tigris). Zoo Biology. 27:88-99.

 Thoo, M. (2012). Test tube cubs in catfight for life. Times Higher Education. 18.

 Tickell, O. (1998). How not to save the tiger. New Scientist, 159(2147), 12.

Ullas Karanth, K. (1995). Understanding tigers. Wildlife Conservation, 98(3), 26.

Ullas Karanth, K., James D. Nichols, N. Samba Kumar, William A. Link, and James E. Hines 2004. Tigers and their prey: Predicting carnivore densities from prey abundance. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 101:4854-4858.

Online Sources

Animal Diversity Web 2013. <URL: >. Accessed 14 March 2013.

Discover Life 2013. <URL: >. Accessed 1 April 2013.

Encyclopedia of Life 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 3 March 2013

Panthera: Leaders in Wild Cat Conservation 2013.<URL:>. Accessed 5 April 2013.

SeaWorld 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 6 April 2013.

Wild Life Watchers 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 6 April 2013.

World Wildlife Organization 2013. <URL:>. Accessed 3 April 2013.

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