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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
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  • Jiyabur R.
    02/01/2019 09:02

    Rokibul hussain

  • Jiyabur R.
    02/01/2019 08:59

    Rokibul hussain koise tumi ki koro poro?

  • Jiyabur R.
    02/01/2019 08:58

    Rokibul hussain

  • Sylvana R.
    01/08/2019 02:17

    They are such beautiful animals. Man is suppose to be stewards of God's creatures. But some humans only care about money. They have no heart.

  • Fiona B.
    01/04/2019 19:54

    Let's hope China stays away 🤔

  • Jane V.
    01/03/2019 13:52

    Thanks Leonardo!

  • Vivien V.
    01/03/2019 03:37

    Leo-nardo likes tigers :-)

  • Jessie M.
    01/02/2019 06:15

    GREAT JOB !! PROTECT THEM !!

  • Carole T.
    01/01/2019 09:02

    To me there is nothing as beautiful as a Tiger. Thank you Leonard!

  • Raj S.
    12/31/2018 03:37

    Great

  • Ryan B.
    12/31/2018 02:07

    liars

  • Adam T.
    12/30/2018 20:25

    It is sad when it takes a small militant force to defend an animal from other humans so that its species can survive.

  • Nuel B.
    12/12/2018 12:56

    Good job Nepal

  • Pragati K.
    10/31/2018 07:10

    Actually Nepal really cares about nature ... i have been living here in nepal and trust me these people respect nature alot ... they protect rivers forests and even stray animals ... they have a deep sense of honour towards the power of nature unlike most countries

  • Dammika P.
    10/28/2018 22:07

    Good

  • Sandeepan P.
    10/28/2018 15:47

    , what is the Indian Government doing?? Your government is instead hiring Nawabs to kill tigers. What a shame, even Nepal is better than India.

  • Baya C.
    10/26/2018 19:37

    Quelle beauté! ! !

  • Christiane S.
    10/24/2018 12:53

    Wunderfull

  • Pabitra A.
    10/20/2018 10:35

    good

  • Alison C.
    10/17/2018 21:45

    Good on you Nepal. Toughest sanctions on poachers and a proactive government..