07 Aug '11, 4am

Tiger numbers up, but habitat of big cats, co-predators and prey shrinks

Tiger numbers up, but habitat of big cats, co-predators and prey shrinks

While tiger numbers have more than doubled in the past four years in the State, the habitat of the big cats, as well as co-predators and prey has shown a considerable decrease.

Full article: http://www.care2.com/news/member/100041282/2896422

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