How many wild tigers are there? An estimate for 2008

@inproceedings{Seidensticker2010HowMW,
  title={How many wild tigers are there? An estimate for 2008},
  author={John F. Seidensticker and Brian Gratwicke and Mahendra Duwal Shrestha},
  year={2010}
}
Publisher Summary The most recent analysis of tiger habitats suggests that tigers now occupy only 7% of their historic range and the area they occupy has decreased by as much as 40% in the past decade. The understanding of wild tiger populations and their habitats in many of the range states has improved substantially. Newer statistically robust estimates of tiger densities derived from camera-traps and population models, that estimate numbers using mark–capture–recapture methods are now… CONTINUE READING
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