Population of Tigers in Nepal rises to 155

Population of Tigers in Nepal rises to 155

Posted Aug 1st, 2010 under Wildlife & Bird Watching,

On the occasion the ‘World Tiger Day, ‘a press meet was organized by the Forest Ministry on 29th July, 2010 at the Nepal Tourism Board (NTB).During the meet, the results of a study conducted in the country’s national parks was made public.The result was quite encouraging as the study found an increase in the total of numbers in Nepal from last year’s figure of 121 to 155 tigers.The tiger population monitoring was conducted by the Department of National Parks with the help of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and other national and international agencies.

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