Wild tigers continue to grow in India – Science

NEW DELHI (AP) — In India, the number of wild tigers continues to increase. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in Mysuru, Karnataka state, that there were 3,167 tigers in the country last year, compared to 2,967 in 2018.

India has by far the most endangered animal in the world, and its numbers are regularly determined using camera traps. “India is a country where preserving the environment is part of the culture,” Modi said. “That’s why there are so many unique successes in wildlife conservation.”

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