Tiger News November

Posted on Nov 26, 2015 in News | 0 comments

The weeks tiger news round-up! Lots of little bits and pieces are happening across the world, not all great news…

India’s first river linking project will drown its precious tigers.
The ambitious plan will obliterate over 200sqkm of the Panna tiger reserve and all the wildlife within it.

Video: Rare Amur tigress with 3 cubs caught on camera.
Captured by a camera trap in Russia’s Sikhote-Alin Biosphere Reserve, video provides a glimmer of hope for these endangered big cats.

Scientists turn up haze heat on Indonesia ahead of COP21 Paris talks.
Indonesia faces tough scrutiny from climate scientists ahead of the COP21 talks in Paris.

Riau emergency status to end as S. Sumatra pledges peat clampdown
Indonesia’s Riau province will drop its official state of emergency at the end of the month. ┬áThe South Sumatra provincial government pledged to stop the granting of licenses on peat.

Camera trap pictures help nab tiger poacher
Stripe pattern of confiscated tiger skin matches that of a tigress photographed by camera traps in Huai Kha Khaend Wildlife Sanctuary in Thailand this year.

 

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