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The Pet Crisis Threatening Tigers: Shocking Report Finds More of the Big Cats Are Living Captive in US Backyards Than in the Wil
Animals  (tags: wildlife, protection, humans, endangered, conservation, cats, animaladvocates, animalwelfare, extinction, ethics, habitat, sadness, tigers, in the wild, captive )

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There are as few as 3,890 wild tigers worldwide; more than 7,000 captive in US Only 6 percent of captive tigers in the US live in zoos or approved facilities Threatens conservation work on wild tigers as well as dangerous to humans..

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