Tigers go back in Parts of Asia • Shortlink
Thanks to protections operations made by some Asian governments, Tigers are bouncing back in their native places.
In India's Nagarahole and Bandipur National parks, for example, it's a combination of anti-poaching patrols, surveillance, volontary relocation of people away from tiger haitats, and scientific monitoring to contribute felines back to the point where they have saturated the two national park.
New laws have been drafting in Russia which make the transport, sale and the possession of endangered animals a crime offence. In Thailand, enforcement an anti-poaching patrols have been helped the arrest of many poaching-gangs.