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Protecting tigers is a priority for Nepal

The tiger population has nearly doubled in Nepal (and Leonardo DiCaprio has something to do with it)

10/08/2018 11:30 AMupdated: 06/19/2019 11:19 AM

10 comments

  • Arjit P.
    06/17/2021 07:24

    Well done Nepal

  • Gulden L.
    06/13/2021 10:57

    ♥️

  • Subrata B.
    06/13/2021 05:29

    Thank you , Nepal.

  • Tahsin A.
    06/12/2021 18:22

    What a king.

  • Louise R.
    06/11/2021 23:15

    😊

  • Norouz A.
    06/11/2021 17:48

    Cats will be in danger after the last of tiger. Human is most dangerous things on the earth .

  • Indrakeela H.
    06/11/2021 16:44

    tamil nadu 🐯

  • प्रशान्त ग.
    06/11/2021 15:12

    That's indeed awesome n kudos to the concerned authorities 💯👏🏻❤️ Sadly, not the same case for the Rhinos. From last year, their deaths cases came bit in a rise. Let's hope their protection are taken in a more effective manner like of these Tigers. #N❤️✊🏻🙏😌

  • Lisa D.
    06/11/2021 14:41

    Does the DiCaprio Foundation stock the habitat with animals that the tigers feed on? Or do they stock it with meat that is brought in? If they stock it with beef cadavers, will the tigers become reliant on that instead of hunting food for themselves?

  • Lisa B.
    06/11/2021 14:25

    Nice to hear some good news😀

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