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With tiger revival on agenda, experts to visit Cambodia   

DNA
New Delhi
18 Sep 2017

Cambodia`s forest minister is also expected to move an official proposal seeking India`s cooperation in Cambodia`s national effort to reintroduce tigers in their forests

In an effort to revive Cambodia`s functionally extinct tiger population, a team of Indian officials, veteran forest officers and wildlife scientists will visit the country later this month to assess the viability of its forest...

Tigers of Kazakhstan   

The Hindu
Chennai
17 Sep 2017

The Republic of Kazakhstan is set to reintroduce wild tigers into its territory 70 years after they became extinct there. The Kazakh government recently announced that it had signed a memorandum with the Worldwide Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) to implement a tiger reintroduction programme. The animals will be introduced in the Ili-Balkhash region, and the programme also include the creation of a nat...

Randeep comes forward to save the national animal   

Hindustan Times
New Delhi
6 Sep 2017

New Delhi, Sept. 6 -- Actor Randeep Hooda is known for voicing his concerns on issues that matter. The recent cause that caught his notice was tiger conservation. In July, this year, the actor shared some facts about the endangered animal in reserves and urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to save tigers.

"The tiger is our national animal. It`s an identity attached to the country and if I can wo...

habitat connectivity crucial for tigers   

The Hindu
Mumbai
3 Sep 2017


The isolated Ranthambore group demands immediate attention

It is not just tiger numbers that are important. Habitat connectivity could be crucial in maintaining genetic diversity and, thereby, the survival of India’s three tiger populations, suggests a recent study published in Scientific Reports. The isolated tiger population in Ranthambore in Rajasthan demands urgent conservation attention...

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