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Report: Asian tigers dwindling

<strong>SINGAPORE. </strong>Asia’s tiger population could be close toextinction with fewer than 3,500 tigers remaining in the wild and mostclustered in fragmented areas, making up less than 7 percent of theirformer range in Asia, a study says.


SINGAPORE.
Asia’s tiger population could be close to extinction with fewer than 3,500 tigers remaining in the wild and most clustered in fragmented areas, making up less than 7 percent of their former range in Asia, a study says. The cost of saving them would be an additional $35 million a year in funding, the report’s authors say.

 
 
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