Scientists Find New Breeding Ground of Rare Indochinese Tiger
Posted on : 04-26-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
Scientists and conservationists have reported finding a second breeding population of Indochinese tigers in a jungle in Thailand. They have also released photographs of the cubs as proof.   Indochinese tigers are a critically endangered subspecies. According to Panthera, a conservation group, Freeland, an anti-trafficking organization, and the Department of National Parks of Thailand, there are only 221 Indochinese tigers left in the wild. They are found only in Myanmar and Thailand, and their only other breeding ground is Thailand’s Huai Kha Khaeng wildlife sanctuary.   The surveyors had been…
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