China’s Tigers | | Kyle Obermann

Mar 08 , 2022 | Social Good

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In April 2021 in a remote area of northeast China, a tiger bit a villager and damaged a car. The accident left many wondering if conservation efforts were working too well. Our Nature Contributor,Kyle Obermann, shares the symbolism and preservation story of China’s tigers.


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