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More tigers reside in Thailand than any other country in Southeast Asia

Tiger presence is always connected with a region’s biodiversity. We have been able to see tiger tracks thanks to the cameras installed in national parks and wildlife refuges. There are believed to be 148–149 tigers in the world’s woods, with Southeast Asia having the highest density. The number of wild tigers in the Huai Kha Khaeng and Thungyai natural preserves has grown from 42 to 100 over the past ten years as a result of a strict patrol system. The Thai government plans to maintain its position as possessing Southeast Asia’s highest tiger population and develop it further with a long-term strategy that lasts until 2034, despite the fact that India now has the most tigers in the world. Thailand’s attempts to save and grow the tiger population have received accolades from other countries.

Today is International Tiger Day. Thailand claims to have the most tigers living in the wild of any country in Southeast Asia after more than ten years of conservation work. According to the Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment, the National Strategy for Tiger Conservation, or Varawut Silpa-archa, a program in place since 2010, is mostly to blame for this. We were effective in enhancing their living conditions by utilizing cutting-edge technologies and the intelligent patrol system. In 213 protected forest parks, this patrolling technique is used. At a special celebration of Tiger Day in Suphan Buri, the minister disclosed that other countries had praised Thailand’s achievements at the 4th Asia Ministerial Conference on Tiger Conservation, which took place in Malaysia in late January. He commended the government for keeping up efforts to safeguard tigers in the kingdom. It is essential to protect the woodlands where other species live if tigers are to thrive.

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