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INDIA - A two-year-old Bengal tiger is seen in Bandhavgarh National Park in the Madhya Pradesh region of India. #PHOTOGRAPH BY RICHARD PACKWOOD, GETTY IMAGES #wildlife wilderness animal pet nature amazing big cat
TELL Thailand- Don't Destroy Tiger Habitat! There are fewer than 300 Indochinese tigers remaining in Thailand, and a new dam project threatens one of their last intact habitats. The project would destroy a national park in western Thailand- flooding 8 square miles where tigers are having a successful recovery.
Tigers love water and are excellent swimmers. Here, in the Sundarbans National Park in India, tigers live in mangrove swamps and forests, sharing their habitat with saltwater crocodiles. (Neelsky/ Shutterstock)