Conservationists Eye Kazakhstan To Give Tiger Second Chance

Plans to reintroduce tigers to Central Asia, using the Amur tiger from Russia, have been a topic of discussion for about a decade. But the idea got a scientific boost earlier this month when a study laid out the options for restoring tigers to the region and identified a “promising site” in Kazakhstan that could support nearly 100 wild tigers within 50 years.


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