Finally, some happy news for wild tigers, animals that are endangered because people traffic in their body parts and raze their habitats: The big cats’ population is bouncing back after a century-long decline.
The World Wildlife Fund says surveys indicate that 3,890 tigers now live in 13 countries across Asia, up from an estimated 3,200 in 2010, when the last wide-scale counts were carried out. Increases were particularly notable in Russia, Nepal, Bhutan and India, which is home to the world’s largest wil...
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