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Study says 2000 tigers possible in Thailand
Date:12/20/2007

ists helps set a standard for tiger monitoring and conservation here in Thailand, said Saksit Simcharoen, a tiger specialist working for the Thai government. The tiger and prey population monitoring and patrol improvement systems have given people hope and direction to do better for tigers and other wildlife.

Other Co-authors of the study included scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey.

Though no truly accurate global numbers exist, conservationists roughly estimate that 5,000 tigers remain in the wild. 150 years ago, an estimated 100,000 tigers may have roamed throughout much of Asia.

Last year, the Panthera Foundation in collaboration with the Wildlife Conservation Society announced its Tigers Forever program that pledges a 50 percent increase in tiger numbers in key areas over the next decade.


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Contact: Stephen Sautner
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718-220-3682
Wildlife Conservation Society
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