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 …
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