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Tigers cling to survival in Sumatra's increasingly fragmented forests

(San Diego Zoo Global) Researchers on an expedition that tracked endangered tigers through Sumatran jungles for one year have found that tigers are now clinging to survival in low-density populations. The team's findings have renewed fears about the potential for extinction of these elusive predators.
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