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Tiger Numbers Growing but Battle to Save Them Not Over

The progress report appears exemplary: from 3,200 in 2010, the wild tiger population numbers have jumped to 3,890.  It marks an increase of more than 20 percent in six years in the 13 countries where the big cats still roam the jungles.  Those countries are working to meet an ambitious goal set in 2010 of doubling the tiger’s numbers by 2022. Officials from tiger-range countries, however, say that despite the improving statistics, the battle to save the animal is far from...

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