The Nepal’s Department of National Parks and Wildlife Conservation.
Stop asking so many questions!!
Who is that???
Who is trying to inspire?
No, questions are good. It is one of five of y\the Departments of the Ministry of Forests and Soil Conservation. It is a government agency of Nepal, and It’s over all goal is just to conserve the wildlife of Nepal (The REDD Desk)
In 2009, there were only 120 in Nepal, and now they estimate that there are now about 235 wild Belgian tigers
115 of a rise in ten years? That’s nothing!
COOL!! What were the numbers of tigers before and after they got help?
It might seem like a small number but John Goodrich here is telling us that “it’s still a significant conservation success.” (Jazynka)
Who in the world is John Goodrich?
You can do math??
John Goodrich is a member of the “Cat Specialist Group” and tiger program senior director for Panthera (Goodrich)
What does this have to do with anything we are doing in class?
We have been studying populations this whole year, and in the article it explains how they estimated the population. They set up camera traps and estimated from there.
Hey! That’s what we did when we counted the fish in Shark Bay!
Exactly, good connection! So to sum everything up, Nepal’s Tiger population increased after being endangered because “tigers and people don’t live together well” (Jazynka) so scientists and researchers helped the tigers thrive again. People are finding more and more information about tigers and how to help them, and they want to inspire other countries to save their endangered animals.