The wild tiger population has lost more than 93 percent of its habitat in just the past 20 years. Today, the species is classified as endangered with fewer than 3,200 left in the wild. Bhutan represents one of the few nations where native tiger populations are currently thriving due to strict protections on habitats and wildlife corridors, but with cross-border migration, poaching dangers, and retaliatory killings still a major issue worldwide, the fight isn’t over yet.

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