Tigers captured by camera traps in western Thailand after four years


  • Camera traps have captured footage of three tigers in an area of western Thailand where the animals have not been spotted in the past four years.

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  • There are an estimated 160 Indochinese tigers in Thailand, according to the report.
  • They are also spread across Myanmar, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia and southwestern China and said to total 350 animals in all.


  • Globally, there are 3,900 tigers, including the Bengal tigers found in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh, the Amur tigers of Russia and northeastern China, the Malayan tigers of Malaysia and the Sumatran tigers of Indonesia.

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