Thousands of camera traps have helped conservationists track Nepal’s wild tiger population. Photo: AFP

Nepal uses thousands of cameras to track wild tigers and finds their numbers are recovering after facing extinction

  • Nepal’s tiger numbers hit rock bottom following the decade-long civil war, which ended in 2006
  • In 2010, Nepal and 12 other countries with tiger populations signed an agreement to double their big cat numbers by 2022
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Thousands of camera traps have helped conservationists track Nepal’s wild tiger population. Photo: AFP
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