Steven Winter

National Geographic

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Photographer for National Geographic magazine and author of Tigers Forever: Saving the World's Most Endangered Big Cat

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The  December issue of National Geographic  features a spread of stunning photographs under the headline, "Tigers Forever."

Photographer Captures LA 'Ghost Cats'

The December issue of National Geographic features a spread of stunning photographs under the headline, "Tigers Forever."

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