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Source: ecorazzi.com
Kathmandu : Nepal | almost 2 years ago  
The World Wildlife Fund reports  that 97% of wild tigers have disappeared in just over 100 years, and as few as 3,200 of these endangered animals are left in the wild. While some areas...
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