It was thought that there was only one breeding population of the Indochinese tiger left in the wild, but for the first time in 15 years a new group has been discovered in eastern Thailand. Camera traps set up by Thailand’s Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation caught photos of the extremely rare and endangered big cats. They also provided the first photographic evidence of tiger cubs in eastern Thailand. Poaching is the biggest threat to the tigers, and Panthera says it’s estimated that only 221 remain in two Asian countries: Thailand and Myanmar.
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