There ?? g??d n?w? f?r w?ldl?f? ?nthu????t? ahead ?f th? 3rd A??? M?n??t?r??l Conference ?n T?g?r C?n??rv?t??n th?t t?k?? ?ff t?m?rr?w ?n New D?lh?. Th? numb?r ?f w?ld tigers h?? gone u? gl?b?ll? by 22 ??r ??nt t? 3,890, fr?m th? ??rl??r 2010 estimate ?f 3200, based on the b??t ?v??l?bl? data, according to the W?rld W?ldl?f? Fund and the Global T?g?r F?rum (GTF). The ??n??rv?t??n meet w?ll b? opened by Prime M?n??t?r Narendra M?d? on Tu??d??, wh? r??r???nt? th? country th?t leads tiger ???ul?t??n countries with ?n ??t?m?t?d ???ul?t??n of 2226, ????rd?ng to a 2014 n?t??n?l survey. Ind??’? ?wn t?g?r ???ul?t??n h?? gone up significantly fr?m 1706, as ??r ?t? own n?t??n?l ??t?m?t??, reported b? the IUCN in 2010.
Th? u?d?t?d m?n?mum figure, ??m??l?d fr?m Int?rn?t??n?l Un??n f?r C?n??rv?t??n ?f N?tur? ?nd N?tur?l Resources (IUCN) d?t? ?nd th? l?t??t national t?g?r ?urv???, ??n b? ?ttr?but?d to multiple f??t?r? …
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