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A Good Sign: Tigers in Nepal See Population Growth

Rodrigo Mejia

Since 2009, Nepal's near-depleted Bengal tiger population has seen a 63 percent increase--putting the total number at 198--according to a survey that examined 600 miles of Nepalese and Indian wildlife areas. The small bloom is a rare positive for tigers in South Asian countries. Currently, there are fewer than 2,000 tigers in the world and the remaining few may not have sufficient genetic diversity to keep the species going. It's also sign of progress being made to double their numbers by 2022.

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