India steps up tiger protection efforts

02/29/2008 | AlertNet

Indian authorities will spend $12.5 million to create a new security force specifically tasked with protecting the country's dwindling tiger population as poaching and habitat destruction push the felines closer to the brink of extinction. Tiger numbers have halved since 2002, with just over 1,400 believed to remain in the wild.

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