Saving Trees Could Also Save The World's Last Tigers
A new study shows there's still time to double the world's tiger population by 2022 if we repair and protect their habitat.By Evan Thomas | April 1, 2016
Tigers are already some of the rarest cats on the planet. Conservationists estimate some 3,500 remain in the wild.
Nations and conservation groups have committed to doubling tiger populations by 2022, with an initiative called Tx2.
And a new study checking on Tx2's progress confirms tigers can bounce back — as long as we minimize the damage to their habitat between now and then.