Today, as few as 350 endangered Indochinese tigers prowl the forests of the Greater Mekong (Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam), down from around 1,200 in 1998. This blog brings you frequent updates on tiger conservation efforts in this region, the largest combined wild tiger habitat on Earth — from what it’s like to lead a pack of sniffer dogs on the tracks of tigers to coming face to face with illegal wildlife traffickers.
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