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In 2010, just 121 wild tigers remained in Nepal—a figure so low it signified a risk of global extinction. As a result, the Global Tiger Summit requested all tiger-range countries, those with breeding tigers, to double their populations by 2022. Nepal did—but how and at what cost?
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