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Paw Prints and Faeces Offer New Hope for Saving Tigers

Offbeat  (tags: paw prints, faceces, populations, tracking, tigers, reports )

- 2757 days ago -
How many tigers are left in the wild can now be monitored accurately from their paw prints and scat (faeces), ecologists have shown for the first time. The new technique finally gives conservationists a low-cost and reliable way of assessing tiger number

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Carol H (229)
Monday November 29, 2010, 5:55 am
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