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In Nepal, villagers' land uses help people and tigers, study finds


October 21, 2013

image of a tiger Hopeful signs that humans and critically endangered tigers can coexist are emerging in rural Nepal, where a new study by conservation scientist Neil Carter shows that when Nepalese villagers are empowered to make local land management decisions, the results benefit both people and tigers. Full Story

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