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▲ The recent decline in wild tiger numbers has been unprecedented. Yet a reversal is possible. Tigers are cats. Given enough space and food, they can easily breed. Besides commiting to doubling wild tiger numbers by 2022 (TX2), tiger range governments must also step up to make Zero Poaching a reality.
Pavel Fomenko has helped catch up to 2,000 poachers in a single year. Guarding the world's largest sub-species of tiger - the Amur tiger - Pavel takes us through what his work entails in protecting the world's foremost iconic animal.
Ramesh Thapa, Assistant Warden at Bardia National Park in Nepal, spends long days working to protect tigers and communities surrounding the park. Ramesh is one of many WWF partners on the frontlines working towards Zero Poaching of Tigers, an initiative to stop tiger killing and trading at its source.