Tiger Mauls Wildlife Filmmaker John Varty
ABC News By Bazi Kanani
Know as the "Tiger man"
A South African conservationist and filmmaker known for daring photography of wild animals is in intensive care after he was attacked by a tiger on his private game reserve.
John Varty, 61, is on a ventilator recovering from surgery for his injuries, including several puncture wounds and two broken ribs....
http://news.yahoo.com/tiger-mauls-wildl … ories.html
No one can trust wild animals,not matter how much time you spend with them.I'm glad he wanted to save them but a little common sense is needed
Oh my...this filmmaker is an loder man...is Tiger going the other way?
what a cool job...but yeah, probably too close...i'm sure he's gotten very close lots of times - but has been lucky!...it would be one of the best careers to have - capturing wildlife by vid/photo....well i wish him well...and once he's better - i bet he'll get right back out there
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