The last Wild Tigers...

1400! That is the official number of wild tigers still living in India. But since they are widely poached, it is reasonable to believe that there are actually a lot less of them.

Tigers live in a dense forest environment. It is very difficult to spot them, Even when we know they're just a few meters away hidden in the bushes!
Sometimes, you can wait a whole afternoon by 35°C knowing a tiger is not far, hoping he'll take the road you're waiting on to go have a drink.
You can spend a whole week without seeing the slightest hint of a tiger...

And then when all hope is lost, you find yourself face to face with three tigers who have come to rest and relax on the sand of the track.

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