Wild Tigers Are Making a Comeback - GOOD Magazine

Tigers are on track to make a roaring comeback. The endangered species have been striving to survive for decades, and now, their population is finally on the rise, up to at least 3,890 tigers from around 3,200 in 2010, according to conservationists ...

Endangered Wild Tiger Numbers Rise Globally: WWF Report - NH Voice

A new report has indicated that there are approximately 3,890 wild tigers across the world, up from population of estimated 3,200 in 2010. The report has been released by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) after compiling data from many countries where wild ...

Tiger Population On The Rise For The First Time After 100 Years - Nature World News

After the continuous decline in tiger population since the 1900s, tiger conservation groups and national governments have announced that the population of these big cats has finally experienced an increase for the first time in 100 years. (Photo ...

The World Tiger Population Has Increased for the First Time in 100 Years - ScienceAlert

For the first time in a century, the global wild tiger population has increased, giving hope to conservation efforts after many decades of seeing numbers dwindling. According to figures provided by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), there are now a minimum ...

World's wild tiger count rises for first time in century - The Denver Post

A Bengal tiger walks through a jungle clearing in December 2014 in Kaziranga National Park in India, which has the most wild tigers of any country at 2,226. The number of tigers in the wild has increased for the first time since 1900. Expand. By The ...

PM Modi to inaugurate Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation today - Zee News

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the three-day 3rd Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation today in New Delhi, where more than 700 tiger experts, scientists, managers, donors and other stakeholders are gathering to ...

Wild Tigers Populations Are Increasing For the First Time - The Hans India

After more than a a century of decline, the number of wild tigers is increasing for the first time. According to GNO World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Global Tiger Forum, there are 3 890 tigers living in their natural habitat. In 2010, during the last ...

Tiger population increases for first time in 100 years, conservation data shows - ABC Online

The number of tigers in the wild has risen for the first time in 100 years, marking a major turning point in the big cat's plight against poaching and habitat loss. Key points: Data estimates 3,890 tigers living in wild across the world; Number is up ...

Wild Tiger Population Count Increasing But Are Species Really Increasing? Leonardo DiCaprio Celebrates Good News - University Herald

The population of wild tigers in the world is increasing. Wildlife conservation groups including World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Global Tiger Forum stated this week that there are close to 4,000 wild tigers in the forests including those of India ...

Tiger population is rising and we can double it by 2022, says study - Scroll.in

Satellite maps show that there is enough green cover left for the endangered big cat. Rhema Mukti Baxter. Published Apr 12, 2016. Tiger population is rising and we can double it by 2022, says study World Bank India/Facebook. Apr 12, 2016. Rhema Mukti ...

What is wrong with India's tiger management? - Daily News & Analysis

Already, 27 big cats have died this year. Asia Ministerial Conference, starting today, to discuss strategies. On January 20 last year, wildlife lovers were thrilled when the 2014 tiger estimation study said that tiger population in India had risen 30 ...

World Tiger Population Increases for First Time in 100 Years - Nerdist

Tigers are shocking creatures. Everything about them is impressive: coloration, power, beauty. Unfortunately, no one is shocked that their numbers have been declining. Poaching, illegal trade, and shrinking habitats have reduced tiger numbers from 100 ...

Tiger Population Increases for First Time in 100 Years - Daily Beast

In a post on its website on Sunday, the WWF said the number of wild tigers in the world has increased from about 3,200 in 2010 to 3,890 this year. And while that may not seem like much, it's the first time that number has increased at all in 100 years ...

Tiger, tiger burning bright: Number of wild tigers in the world rises 22% - Times of India

NEW DELHI: For the first time in almost a century, there has been an increase in the global tiger population. The number of wild tigers has increased to 3,890 in April from 3,200 in 2010 - an increase of almost 22%. India alone recorded an increase of ...

World tiger count rises for first time in 100 years - Telegraph.co.uk

Deforestation, encroachment of habitat and poaching have devastated tiger populations across Asia, but countries with the big cats are working to increase their numbers. Data compiled by the WWF and the Global Tiger Forum show that the global ...

Wild tigers roar back from extinction - Times LIVE

The number of wild tigers across the globe has increased for the first time in a century, thanks to improved conservation efforts, wildlife groups said yesterday. Save & Share. Email · Print. Data compiled by the WWF and the Global Tiger Forum show the ...

Good News For Tigers: Wild Population Increases For First Time in 100 Years - Social News Daily

Good news, animal lovers. For the first time in 100 years, the wild tiger count has increased. According to the World Wildlife Foundation, around 3,890 tigers now exist in the wild, which is up from an estimated 3,200 just six years ago in 2010. “This ...

Tiger turnaround - Calcutta Telegraph

New Delhi, April 11: The world's tiger population has for the first time increased over the past five years after nearly a century of decline, two international wildlife agencies said today. The announcement came on the eve of a global tiger ...

Leonardo DiCaprio is 'proud' of conservation efforts to save wild tigers - HELLO! US

Wildlife, tigers and Leo, oh my! Oscar-winnerLeonardo DiCaprio is relishing in exciting conservation news that comes as a direct result of his foundation and firsthand efforts. On Sunday, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) — which works with the actor's ...

Tigers Are Making a Comeback for the First Time in a Century - VICE

After being pushed to the brink of extinction in the wild by a century of hunting and habitat destruction, roughly 3,890 of the world's largest cats are now spread across 13 countries in Asia, according to data compiled by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF ...