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Myanmar Tiger Population has dwindled to 20 plus

A couple of Bengal Tigers are seen resting at the central Zoo in Kathmandu, Nepal. Source: EPA/NARENDRA SHRESTHA

There are 13 countries in the world where tigers call them home. There were 9 species of tigers but 3 are extinct.

In Myanmar two species of tigers exist and they are Bengal Tiger and Indochinese Tiger. 

However, experts say there are only about 20 plus tigers left in the wild.  

They are working on ways to protect them and trying to grow the population. 

Than Lwin Khet talk about the challenges they face.  

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