TIGERS COUNT UP FROM 14 TO 21 IN 3 YEARS: MANAS NATIONAL PARK HAS 7 MORE TIGERS

Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap, Guwahati Amid reports of increase in the tiger population in the country, there is more good news. The number of tigers in Manas National Park and the contiguous Royal Manas National Park in Bhutan has gone up from ...

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Tiger Express: A roaring journey, blissful experience

Courtesy: IANS, New Delhi IRCTC’s new semi-luxury train Tiger Express embarked on a “Roaring Journey” on World Environment Day, June 5 to experience the best of wildlife in Madhya Pradesh with some 24 nature loving passengers. By the time the tra...

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Bhutan’s Wild Cats: A story of Hope

From: GTF Newsletter Bhutan is a small Himalayan country that covers only 0.03 percent of the world's surface-yet is home to 30 percent of the world's wild-cat species. How is this possible? Bhutan's diversity of habitats, from subtropical ju...

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Alarm over illegal wildlife trade

By Nirmal Ghose, The Straits Times/ANN It was a discovery that shocked even those who feared the worst: 70 dead tiger cubs and other wildlife species stuffed in freezers. The Thai authorities, raiding the now infamous Tiger Temple in the we...

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Bringing Back the Tiger to Cambodia

Courtesy: IANS, Posted by Badsha ray, New Delhi The WWF report recommends at least eight tigers to be introduced in Cambodian forests, so that after successful breeding the population could rise to 25 over a period of 10 years. Eight tigers...

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