Wildlife | VOL. 13, ISSUE 81, November-December 2013 |

Big Cat Conservation

Tigers are key to the health of an ecosystem with the top predator helping to keep prey populations in check, thus ensuring sustainability of a habitat. Forests and wildlife are often viewed by political establishments as impediment to progress, resulting in exacerbating pressures on our last remaining wild spaces. Adhoc developmental activities are often needlessly fragmenting large natural landscapes, hastening their decline. It is not a question of saving the tigers alone; what needs to be understood is the crisis...

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