Majestic Tigers Struggling for Survival

With a population of 1,500, India's tigers are in a crisis.

Majestic Tigers Struggle for Survival

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A tiger cub takes a drink at the Kanha National Park. There is only one species of tiger in the world -- Panthera tigris -- but it is divided up into nine distinct, geographically separate groups, such as the Sumatran tiger, according to the Save the Tiger Fund. All are at risk of becoming extinct. (Chris HAILS/WWF-Canon)
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