31 Dec '16, 3pm

Human construction projects could wipe out the world's last wild tigers

Part of the problem is that it’s very hard to track tiger populations , so no one’s completely sure exactly where they live, or how to best avoid their territory. The WWF is advocating a few approaches for mitigating the potential harm to tigers: first, construction should be banned in areas that have been identified as critical tiger habitat; second, the countries involved should take a zero-tolerance approach to poaching ; and third, underpasses and green bridges should be built into any new infrastructure to allow wildlife to cross roads and train tracks safely.

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