A British wildlife photographer completed the Everest marathon while wearing a tiger suit in order to raise over $125,000 to help protect the endangered predators. Paul Goldstein spent more than 12 hours running the grueling Everest marathon carrying the nine-foot tiger costume that weighs about 33 pounds. The race starts at 17,000 feet above sea level and took place on Sunday. It is considered to be one of the toughest marathons in the world, even for those not wearing a 30-pound apparatus. Goldstein, who has captured remarkable images of tigers, is passionate about animal conservation and particularly the mistreatment of the apex predators in nearby China which motivates him to raise money for them.