The good and bad news for endangered tigers

There's been an increase in the population in Russia and parts of Asia, but not everywhere
Endangered tigers are finally making what has been described as a remarkable comeback in parts of South Asia, Russia and China. But despite this progress, a snaring crisis is decimating the tiger population in South East Asia.

Stuart Chapman is the Lead of WWF's Tigers Alive Initiative in Kathmandu, Nepal. He starts with the good news. 

(Picture: A female Bengal tiger by Padam Lake in Ranthambore National Park, India. Credit: Nitish Madan / WWF-International)
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