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Significant success in increasing the number of tigers


Nepalnews
2022 Jul 29, 11:06, Kathmandu

Twelve years ago, thirteen tiger nations gathered at the Tiger Summit to set a plan to double the number of tigers by 2022. Nepal is not only one of the 13 tiger nations, but also one that achieved this goal.

The world celebrates International Tiger Day to promote the conservation of wild big cats and raise awareness of their gradual decline.

Bandhavgarh National Park, India; 17 months old Bengal tiger cub (male) resting in open area early morning, dry season. (Photo Via WWF)
Bandhavgarh National Park, India; 17 months old Bengal tiger cub (male) resting in open area early morning, dry season. (Photo Via WWF)

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