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Kerala Forest now have nearly 100 tigers

The Economic Times, Thiruvananthapuram, 8 May 2013

 
The number of tigers in Kerala`s forests has gone up to 100 due to excellent protection measures for the wildlife, an official said on Tuesday. " The tigers in our forests were around 70 and now the number has gone up to around 100, and similar is the increase for other wild animals also, "V. Gopinath, principal chief conservator of forests in Kerala, said here.

The increase in the tiger number has been particularly noted be cause forests in the Western Ghats are continuous and spread into state of Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Karnataka..