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Parsing Science - The Plight of the Tiger

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posted on 16.04.2020 by Doug Leigh, Ryan Watkins, Akchousanh Rasphone
Are wild tigers now extinct in Laos? In Episode 72, Akchousanh “Akchou” Rasphone from Oxford‘s Wildlife Conservation Research Unit discusses her research which concludes that improvised snares appear to have decimated the country’s wild tiger population, a species whose worldwide population is now estimated to be around 200. Her open-access article “Documenting the demise of tiger and leopard, and the status of other carnivores and prey, in Lao PDR’s most prized protected area: Nam Et – Phou Louey,” was published in October 2019 with Marc Kéry, Jan Kamler, and David Macdonald in the journal Global Ecology and Conservation.

https://www.parsingscience.org/2020/04/14/akchou-rasphone/

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