Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Happy News from WWF!

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Last month there was news of increased rhino numbers in Nepal, and tigers on the way back to central Asia.
The latest rhino census shows there are almost 100 more one-horned rhinos than in 2008.
On top of the recent improved figures from India, tigers are now set to return to central Asia for the first time in 40 years. WWF have come up with a plan along with the government of Kazakhstan, to relocate some Russian Amur tigers (which are genetically identical to central Asia's extinct Turan tiger) to suitable areas in Kazakhstan.
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