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Nepal’s tiger population triples in 13 years

Nepal’s tiger population has increased significantly, the prime minister of Nepal recently announced. In fact, the population has almost tripled in 13 years.

The tiger population hit a low point in 2010 when only 121 tigers were left in the wild in Nepal. However, extensive conservation efforts have helped increase their numbers by 190%.

Nepal’s success can be attributed to several factors, including creating national parks, introducing a wildlife corridor with India, and cracking down on …

Source video: National Geographic on Youtube

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