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Sport Nepal: The population of wild tigers has almost tripled in 12 years

16:30  29 july  2022
16:30  29 july  2022 Source:   lepoint.fr

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thanks to major conservation efforts, Nepal has managed to increase its population of tigers.

The Nepal almost tripled its population of Tigers wild in 12 years following the efforts made by the Himalayan country to save these legendary Foulins from the extinction, the authorities announced on Friday.

Deforestation, human encroachment over habitats and poaching threaten the populations of tigers to annihilate Tigers throughout Asia. But Nepal and 12 other countries have signed a commitment in 2010 to double the population by 2022.

The Himalayan Republic is the only country to have achieved and even exceeded this objective. The latest survey carried out this year counted 355 specimens, against 121 approximately in 2009.

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The defenders of nature have identified the population using thousands of cameras sensitive to the movement installed on a large expanse of the plains of southern Nepal, where the majestic predators evolve. Wild fauna experts scrupulously scrupulously scrutinized images to identify felines whose striped dress is unique.

At the beginning of the 20th century, the world had more than 100,000 tigers, but only 3,200 individuals remained in 2010, a lower historical.

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your browser does not support This video The 2010 tiger conservation plan signed in particular by Nepal is also supported by celebrities, including the American actor Leonardo DiCaprio.

The conservation efforts of Nepal, welcomed internationally, however had a negative impact on certain communities living in these plains. Some 16 people lost their lives in tiger attacks during the past year, according to government data.

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The National representative of the Global Fund for Nature (WWF), Ghana Gurung, praised the results obtained by Nepal, a reference for the conservation of tigers In the world, adding, however, that they brought up other challenges. "The challenge is now to manage it, and manage the Tiger-Man conflict (...) We have to adopt an integrated approach to minimize problems," he told AFP.

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