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New Delhi: India's latest tiger census shows a sharp increase in the number of endangered cats in the wild, raising hopes that conservation efforts are working.The census conducted in 2014 counted at least 2,226 tigers in forests across the country, around 500 more than were counted four years ago.Environment minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday described the figures as a huge success story and said ...
New Delhi: India's latest tiger census shows a sharp increase in the number of endangered cats in the wild, raising hopes that conservation efforts are working.The census conducted in 2014 counted at least 2,226 tigers in forests across the country, around 500 more than were counted four years ago.Environment minister Prakash Javadekar on Tuesday described the figures as a huge success story and said ...
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