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Ditto1Aubrey DittoProfessor MilesSTEM 251G1/18/19Nepal’s TigersIn September 2018, Nepal announced the success of doubling their population of wild tigers in their country. Conservationist from around the globe gathered on National Conversation Day to celebrate the big cat's population. The decline of the species was the result of uncontrolled hunting of the Chitwan region and the Terai Arc landscape in the mid-1900s. The Nepal government noticed the issue in the 70s and started thinking of ways to stop the illegal poaching of wild tigers.The World Wildlife Fund has identified seven wild tiger landscapes that have the best chances of long-term conservation. The volunteers of WWF are working to protect many endangered animals from illegal poaching, prey, and trading. While also giving incentives to locals to support and help keep their population striving. The wild tiger population was failing because of outsiders moving to these lands and establishing communities. Once the lands were

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