Tigers discovered in forests of Eastern Thailand

Wildlife monitoring by FREELAND Foundation in collaboration with Department of National Park rangers has discovered tigers in parts of Eastern Thailand where they were previously thought to have been completely extirpated.

Subject of a Guardian feature story and video dispatch “Thailand jungles mask surprise rise in tiger numbers”, the discovery brings new hope that a decimated wild tiger population could rebound if the animals and their habitat can be protected.

Providing better protection for tigers will benefit countless other species (including humans), as critical living ecosystems are preserved. Please support FREELAND’s efforts to increase protection for wildlife and habitats in Thailand and across Asia, make a donation today.

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