Tiger habitat

The connection belongs to Ecology connections.

Connected Sites

Hill Forts of Rajasthan: Ranthambore: fort within a landscape of forests with aquatic vegetation, which is the habitat of the Indian Tiger (AB ev)
Mount Wuyi: IUCN said in its evaluation that it contains the "near extinct S China Tiger". Some estimates put the entire wild population at less than 20 individuals but elsewhere it is stated that it hasn't been seen in the wild anywhere for 20 years


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