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Nepal sees tiger population go up by 63% since 2009 | Wyly Wade
A survey that was carried out between February and June assessed that an increase in the tiger population in Nepal by 63%. The results show the number of tigers in Nepal have increased to 198, a rise from 121 in 2009. In particular, the tiger population in the south-western Bardia national park has risen from about 18 in 2009 to 50 this year. Nepalese officials described the findings as a "milestone" in the bid to double the number of wild tigers by 2022, as agreed by the region's leaders at an international summit in 2010. Related articles Wild tiger numbers in Nepal on the rise Nepal sees tiger population go up by 63% since 2009