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Restoring Asia's Roar: Opportunities for tiger recovery across their historic range
As a result of poaching and the loss of important prey species, the reduction in tiger range continues; the area where tigers occur has declined by approximately 50 per cent since 1994. In order to stem the decline, much more ambitious commitments and innovations will be required. These commitments should include high level goals to reverse the centuries-long decline in tiger range and return the species to sites, landscapes, countries, and ecosystems from which they are currently absent.
This report analyses the geographic opportunities for tiger range recovery across 30 current and former range countries, based on the relationship between tiger presence and intensity of human activity. In 15 counties, expanses of currently unoccupied but potentially suitable tiger habitat remain. Partnering with local communities to secure and increase the protection of such areas is essential to sustaining tiger recovery in the long-term.
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Restoring Asia's Roar 2022