Nepalese Tiger Conservation Works!

Nepalese tiger cub

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United Kingdom – BBC Discover Wildlife

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Nepal’s wild tigers increased to 235 in 2018 from only 121 in 2008 due to the conservation efforts of dedicated local people, the Nepali government and Zoological Society of London (ZSL).

ZSL has been working with communities in Nepal to ensure the survival of the country’s wild tigers for nearly 25 years, empowering and supporting people that live alongside these endangered big cats on the borderlands of the country’s national parks.

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Nepal is one of the few countries that is making real progress in conservation of nature.

Appreciation goes out to the Nepalese government, that has shown true leadership in making conservation work, in partnership with many small and big NGOs, like ZSL.

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