When tigers and humans collide


If state and federal governments don’t act and have the courage to conserve forest reserves, the Malayan tiger will share the same fate as the Sumatran rhino.

YOU can now add highway accidents together with poaching, habitat loss and wildlife trafficking as one of the main reasons for the decrease in Malayan tiger populations.

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Onyourside , tigers , conflict

Brian Martin

Brian Martin

Brian Martin is the managing editor of The Star.

   

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