World Tiger Population Grows For The First Time In 100 Years
There are now reportedly just under 3,900 tigers globally.By Ryan Biek | April 11, 2016
For the first time in 100 years, the number of tigers across the world has gone up.
The World Wildlife Fund and Global Tiger Forum say there are now just under 3,900 tigers globally.
But their numbers may be increasing in part because they've fallen so far. In 1900, there were reportedly 100,000 tigers.