It’s been troublesome times for the tiger. Their natural habitat has been shrinking, and poaching for their pelts and bones have made the populations in the wild dwindle lower than ever before. Nepal is estimated to have 235 tigers across five national parks, and recently there’s been a remarkable population increase of 19% over four years. Is this the beginning of a recovery, or is it too soon to celebrate?
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